Tag Archives: Money Saving

Bethany Welsh

Sep 21 2016

4 Money Management Tips for Millennials


Money Management Tips for Millennials

Millennials have grown up in a different world than their parents and grandparents, so it only makes sense that they handle their finances differently as well. While technology has changed the face of banking, the same core values of managing …
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Dave Kriz

Jun 01 2016

We’re looking for Lemon Bosses this Summer!


Lemon Boss Hills Bank

Hills Bank supports local businesses of all shapes and sizes. Do you know any kids 5-12 years old that are driven, fun, and looking to start their own business? If so, Hills Bank has a program that will enable them to …
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Todd Shaull

May 23 2016

What is a Foreign ATM Fee?


Foreign ATM Fees

Have you ever seen a “foreign ATM fee” on your account statement? If so, you’ve probably questioned what exactly that means. Although it sounds like you have used an ATM in a different country, it actually refers to an ATM …
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Molly Dietz

Apr 27 2016

Sustainable Savings: Save Money, Save the Planet


sustainable savings tips for financial literacy month

This is the final in a 5-part series on sustainable savings. Not only is April Financial Literacy Month, but we’re also reminded to protect the environment on April 22nd during Earth Day. In an effort to combine efforts of both financial literacy …
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Molly Dietz

Apr 22 2016

Sustainable Savings: How You Can Give Back on Earth Day


sustainable savings tips for financial literacy month

This is the fourth in a 5-part series on sustainable savings. Not only is April Financial Literacy Month, but we’re also reminded to protect the environment on April 22nd during Earth Day. In an effort to combine efforts of both financial literacy …
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Molly Dietz

Apr 20 2016

Sustainable Savings: Easy Energy Conservation Tips


sustainable savings tips for financial literacy month

This is the third in a 5-part series on sustainable savings. Not only is April Financial Literacy Month, but we’re also reminded to protect the environment on April 22nd during Earth Day. In an effort to combine efforts of both financial literacy …
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Molly Dietz

Apr 13 2016

Sustainable Savings: Easy Resource Conservation Tips


sustainable savings tips for financial literacy month

This is the second in a 5-part series on sustainable savings. Not only is April Financial Literacy Month, but we’re also reminded to protect the environment on April 22nd during Earth Day. In an effort to combine efforts of both financial …
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Molly Dietz

Apr 06 2016

Sustainable Savings: Easy Water Conservation Tips


sustainable savings tips for financial literacy month

This is the first in a 5-part series on sustainable savings. Not only is April Financial Literacy Month, but we’re also reminded to protect the environment on April 22nd during Earth Day. In an effort to combine efforts of both financial …
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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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