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Tag Archives: Financial Planning
This is the first in a 4-part series on Estate Planning. Creating an Estate Plan can seem like a daunting task—it is uncomfortable to make plans for your own death, and it can seem overwhelming to address every aspect and …
College is a time of transition, especially for international students entering college in a foreign country. As you leave behind your home, family, and country to study abroad, we would like to offer a few tips to help you adjust …
Mar 25 2015
A new home is the single largest purchase you will likely ever make. You’re ready to fill a new house and make it a home, while simultaneously saving for the unexpected expenses that are an unavoidable part of home ownership. …
Mar 16 2015
The greatest advantage of the empty nest is the ability to cut expenses and have more time for the things you are passionate about. Below are some items to take into consideration as you embrace your empty nest and rediscover yourself.
This is the final in a 3-part series on planning your retirement journey. You should always feel comfortable that all investment recommendations are “in your best interest,” not simply “suitable.” Do you know the difference?
This is the second in a 3-part series on planning your retirement journey. You have worked hard for your retirement and you have years and years ahead of you. Now you are in the distribution stage of life. Will your money …
This is the first in a 3-part series on planning your retirement journey. Congratulations! You are either heading on the path towards retirement or are already there. So, you are now in the driver’s seat on this journey that may last …
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.
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:
Jun 09 2014
The good news is that we are living longer! The bad news is that we are living longer! The average life expectancy when Social Security was first adopted was dramatically lower than it is today. With healthier lifestyles and medical …