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Tag Archives: Goal Setting
Aug 27 2018
At Hills Bank, we support local businesses of all shapes and sizes. During our fifth year of Lemon Boss, we helped over 380, 5-12 years old start their own businesses. We had young entrepreneurs from Iowa, Arizona, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, …
Aug 08 2018
What if every time you used your Hills Bank debit card, you were able to put a little bit of your money away to save? Well, now you can with Simple Change. The best part about Simple Change is that …
May 16 2018
You’ve made it through the interview process, waited (somewhat) patiently, and landed a great job or internship. How can you make sure to do well today and every day to come? Whether you are 20 years old or 42, these …
Apr 16 2018
As we kick off spring by cleaning, sorting, and tidying up the house, Hills Bank encourages you to add financial organization to you spring cleaning check-list.
Apr 02 2018
April is National Financial Literacy Month. At Hills Bank, we believe in educating young people to take control of their financial future. To support this important endeavor, we’ve partnered with EverFi to bring the Hills Bank Financial Education Program to …
Mar 26 2018
Investing in stocks can be a risky endeavor – especially if you’re worried about volatility. The real risk, however, in a retirement portfolio is the silent killer called inflation. Learn more about inflation and retirement planning: https://youtu.be/sDnGs3_5ihI
The beginning of a new year is a great time to recommit to your goals. The following tips will provide a fresh start to 2018 and help you achieve financial fitness.
Once basic account needs are met with a basic checking and/or savings account, you may decide that adding a more robust account to your portfolio would better suit your financial needs. Money Market accounts (MMAs) and Certificate of Deposits (CDs) …
Checking and Savings accounts are two basic accounts offered by financial institutions. They serve the same overall purpose—to house your money—but have a few key differences.