Tag Archives: Money Management

Jennifer Lough

Aug 08 2018

Simple Change by Hills Bank


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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 …
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Katie Miller

Jun 25 2018

3 Tips for Handling Credit Card Debt


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Credit card debt can add up quickly. Too much debt can lower your credit score and prevent you from long-term goals like buying a home or saving for retirement.

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Jeff Ritchie

Jun 11 2018

Wealth Management Spotlight: 5 Important Documents Besides Your Will


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When you think of estate planning, you think of creating a Will or revocable trust which will dispose of your assets when you pass away. However, there are several other documents that you should think about when developing your estate …
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Nicole Slaubaugh

Jun 04 2018

Hills Bank’s Lemon Boss Program is Back!


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Do you know anyone 5-12 years old that’s driven, fun, and looking to start their own business? If so, Hills Bank has a program that will enable them to start their own business by becoming a Lemon Boss! This summer, Hills Bank …
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Jennifer Lough

Apr 16 2018

6 Tips for Your Financial Spring Cleaning


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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.

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Mark Ahlers

Apr 11 2018

Wealth Management Spotlight: How to Fill the Income Gap


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Today the average Social Security benefit is approximately $1,250 per month, or $15,000 per year. The amount of living expenses not covered by Social Security or other guaranteed sources of income such as a pension or rental income is often …
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Dave Kriz

Apr 02 2018

April is Financial Literacy Month


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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 …
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Molly Dietz

Mar 28 2018

4 Tips to Avoid Overdraft Fees


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What Is an Overdraft Fee? Overdraft fees are assessed to an account when more money is withdrawn than available and the balance drops below zero. This fee is charged because your financial institution provided a small loan to cover the negative …
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Laura Hill

Feb 26 2018

How to Navigate the New Tax Code Using Non-Endowed Donor Advised Gift Funds


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) has left many taxpayers rethinking their tax planning strategies. The increased standard deduction and reduced availability of itemized deductions may prevent taxpayers who have itemized in the past from doing so in …
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Brad Zuber

Jan 24 2018

Wealth Management Spotlight: Investing 101


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The basics of building an adequate retirement account are not that difficult. If you are disciplined in following just a few key themes, you too can accumulate an adequate retirement account balance.  Learn more about the 5 themes of …
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