Shaun Barry

Jan 31 2018

Local Deposits Make Local Loans


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Do you ever wonder what happens to your money when you deposit it at a community bank or why it is important to keep your deposits local?

Learn more about community banking: https://youtu.be/OR4P36a_mKc

When you deposit your money at a community bank, it allows the bank to make different kinds of loans back to your community. The loans get paid back to the bank and the deposits are paid interest. Local deposits make local loans.

If you are interested in learning more about the accounts and loan options Hills Bank offers, visit us online at HillsBank.com to live chat with us, speak with a banker at 1-800-445-5725, or stop by any of our locations to start a conversation today!

Shaun Barry

About Shaun Barry

Shaun Barry is a Vice President, Treasury Management Team Leader at Hills Bank’s Cedar Rapids location on Williams Blvd SW. He has been at Hills Bank since 2013 helping business owners on day-to-day banking needs with the goal to save business owners time, money, and make their finances easier. Shaun can be reached at shaun_barry@hillsbank.com.


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