Tag Archives: Goal Setting

Deb Guinn

Mar 16 2015

Tips for Embracing Your Empty Nest


Embracing Your Empty Nest

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.

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Dale Farland

Mar 04 2015

Ensure Your Retirement Journey Has Your Best Interest First


Planning Your Retirement Journey.

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?

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Dale Farland

Feb 25 2015

8 Questions to Ask While Planning Your Retirement Journey


Planning Your Retirement Journey.

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 …
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Dale Farland

Feb 18 2015

Who Do You Take with You on Your Retirement Journey?


Planning Your Retirement Journey.

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 …
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Jennifer Lough

Dec 15 2014

7 Tips to Make Financial Fitness Your New Year’s Resolution


7 Tips to Make Financial Fitness Your New Year’s Resolution

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.

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Shaun Barry

Nov 26 2014

Business Tip: The Power of Saying “Thank You”


Business Tip: Saying Thank You

Cheers. Thank You. Gracias. Arigato. Merci beaucoup. No matter how you say it, if stated correctly, it has a great impact, especially when you say it to your customers.

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Nicole Slaubaugh

Jul 16 2014

Hills Bank Leadership Grant


Hills Bank Leadership Grant

The Hills Bank and Trust Company Leadership Grant is awarded to as many as 20 high school students each year. The recipients, who apply during their junior year in high school, attend nine hours of leadership training sponsored by Hills …
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Chuck Hippee

Jun 18 2014

How Life Choices Affect Your Financial Future


How Life Choices Affect Your Financial Future.

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:

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Dale Farland

Jun 09 2014

How Much Can I Live on in Retirement?


How Much Can I Live on in Retirement?

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 …
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Jennifer Lough

Apr 28 2014

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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