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In celebration of Thanksgiving Day holiday, our branches and Customer Information Center will be closed on Thursday.  The bank will be open normal business hours on Friday, November 24.  Click here for additional information.

From all of us at Middlesex Savings Bank, we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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​Retirement Planning

when can you retire and how do you get there?

Answering this question starts with understanding where you stand today and helping you to choose the right investments.  We’ll want to know what sort of lifestyle you’ll be looking to support in retirement and how you can best achieve it.  Most of all, we’ll want to take some time to get to know you personally.  Because as we see it, every retirement plan, like every client, is unique.  Some people want asset protection; others prefer growth and income. We can help with both and much more.

Start on the path to your retirement today.


Just call us at 508-315-5096 or schedule a private appointment with an advisor to learn more.








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