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Hills Bank Online has new and enhanced payment features that allow you to not only pay bills, but to make payments to a person even if they are not a Hills Bank customer. Not only can you pay bills without …
Jan 20 2015
In an effort to bring more convenience and flexibility to your banking needs, Hills Bank has a mobile deposit feature so you can deposit checks from our mobile apps available in the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Jan 14 2015
Since Hills Bank has launched our new online banking tools, we have implemented multiple layers of security to help ensure your online banking information is protected from fraud and identity theft. One of the new tools to help secure your …
The beginning of a new year is a great time to recommit to your goals. The following tips will provide a fresh start to 2015 and help you achieve financial fitness.
Dec 03 2014
Do you wish the holidays were a little less stressful and a lot more meaningful? If so, you’re not alone. Even the most wonderful time of year can cause extra stress—making sure everyone’s gift is just right, the holiday meal …
Many business owners find working on their business difficult while working in their business. That’s why Hills Bank is committed to provide quality educational opportunities and services to make business owners feel at ease about their financials.
Aug 11 2014
College years are a transitional time into the “real world.” Not only will you learn skill sets to gain employment, but you will learn life skills as you start living on your own. Now is the perfect time to start …
Jun 23 2014
By now, you know you face financial choices every day, from the grocery store, to entertainment, to vacation plans. One of the most frequent financial choices you make involves grocery shopping. The United States Department of Agriculture estimates a family …
Jun 18 2014
Every day you make choices that impact your retirement opportunities. Taking steps to identify unnecessary spending and saving as little as $5 per day could lead to big savings over time. Here’s the breakdown to put it into perspective: