Tag Archives: Goal Setting

Bethany Welsh

Aug 22 2016

5 Back to School Financial Tips for College Students


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Welcome back students! Whether you are just starting your college experience as a freshman or beginning your final year of college, these tips will come in handy.

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Mark Ahlers

Mar 23 2016

Financial Planning: How Much Will I Need to Save?—Part 3 of 3


Financial Planning for Retirement.

This is the final in a 3-part series on financial planning and social security. Experts suggest that you will need 75-85% of your pre-retirement income to maintain your lifestyle throughout retirement. What changes in retirement can you make to allow for …
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Mark Ahlers

Mar 16 2016

Financial Planning: How Much Can I Spend?—Part 2 of 3


Financial Planning for Retirement.

This is the second in a 3-part series on financial planning and social security. Once the “income gap” has been determined, the next step is to determine if your accumulated or projected assets are adequate to fill this gap. The goal …
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Mark Ahlers

Mar 09 2016

Financial Planning: Social Security and the Income Gap—Part 1 of 3


Financial Planning for Retirement.

This is the first in a 3-part series on financial planning and social security. When the Social Security retirement income system was created in the 1930s, it was designed to provide a partial retirement income supplement. Today, the average Social …
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Brenda Langenberg

Feb 08 2016

5 Fast and Simple Desk Exercises


5 Fast and Simple Desk Exercises

At one point or another we’ve all made the statement, “I don’t have enough time to exercise.” Busy schedules with work and home life make it difficult to find enough time for a good workout. But it can be done! …
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Joy Newhouse

Jul 01 2015

Spending and Sharing Your Money (Part 4 of 5)


Hills Bank Savings Plan for Kids

Sometimes it’s hard to know how to get your child off to the right start saving money, so as parents, grandparents, and mentors to youth, we at Hills Bank have brought together our experiences and financial knowledge to share with …
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Joy Newhouse

Jun 17 2015

Save, Spend, Share: The 3-Chamber Method (Part 2 of 5)


Hills Bank Savings Plan for Kids

Sometimes it’s hard to know how to get your child off to the right start saving money, so as parents, grandparents, and mentors to youth, we at Hills Bank have brought together our experiences and financial knowledge to share with …
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Joy Newhouse

Jun 10 2015

Where Does Money Come From? (Part 1 of 5)


Hills Bank Savings Plan for Kids

Sometimes it’s hard to know how to get your child off to the right start saving money, so as parents, grandparents, and mentors to youth, we at Hills Bank have brought together our experiences and financial knowledge to share with …
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Dwight Seegmiller

Apr 27 2015

Blue Zones Worksites Dedication Helps Make Hills Bank a Healthier Place to Work


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At Hills Bank, we know our employees are one of our greatest assets. When our employees are healthy and having fun, we believe our overall workplace environment is improved and will become more efficient. We are proud to be designated …
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Jennifer Lough

Apr 21 2015

Financial Literacy: Three Little Words that will Change Your World


Financial Literacy - Save, Share, Spend

You can meet your financial obligations, be a resource for people and causes you care about, and still have fun by expanding your financial vocabulary to include three little words—Save, Share, and Spend. Whatever your income, your money can be …
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