Tag Archives: Money Saving

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.

Posted in Empty Nest | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment
Brenda Langenberg

Feb 11 2015

Hills Bank OnlineTM Series Wrap-up


Hills Bank Online Series for online banking.

Over the past month, we have highlighted several different features of Hills Bank Online, our online banking system, including Secure Access Codes, depositing checks via our mobile app, bill payment enhancements, and personal financial management through Manage My Finances. Get …
Continue reading

Posted in Online Banking | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment
Brenda Langenberg

Feb 04 2015

Tips for Managing Your Finances through Hills Bank Online


Hills Bank Online Series for online banking.

Would you like the ability to not only manage your banking online, but manage your entire financial picture? Within Hills Bank Online, you can click the Manage My Finances tab and do just that! You can create a budget, monitor …
Continue reading

Posted in Online Banking | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment
Brenda Langenberg

Jan 28 2015

Utilize Hills Bank Online’s Enhanced Payment Features


Hills Bank Online Series for online banking.

Hills Bank Online has new and enhanced payment features that allow you to not only pay bills, but to make payments to a person even if they are not a Hills Bank customer. Not only can you pay bills without …
Continue reading

Posted in Online Banking | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment
Mark Ahlers

Jan 26 2015

Who’s Quarterbacking Your Retirement?


Who is quarterbacking your retirement?

As Wealth Management professionals, we provide comprehensive retirement and financial planning guidance for individuals and couples. Our customers often see retirement as the “end zone.” They believe they will score a touchdown if they save and invest enough for retirement. …
Continue reading

Posted in Retirement | Tagged , , | Leave a comment
Deb Guinn

Dec 03 2014

Ways to Put the “Happy” Back in Happy Holidays


Ways to Put the "Happy Back in Happy Holidays

Do you wish the holidays were a little less stressful and a lot more meaningful? If so, you’re not alone. Even the most wonderful time of year can cause extra stress—making sure everyone’s gift is just right, the holiday meal …
Continue reading

Posted in Holidays, Money Management, Organization | Tagged , , | Leave a comment
Deb Schaffer

Aug 11 2014

Money Saving Tips for Savvy College Students


Money Saving Tips for Savvy College Students.

College years are a transitional time into the “real world.” Not only will you learn skill sets to gain employment, but you will learn life skills as you start living on your own. Now is the perfect time to start …
Continue reading

Posted in Life Stages | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment
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:

Posted in Retirement | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment
Whitney Randall

Jun 11 2014

Do you Know a Good Lemon Boss?


Hills Bank Lemon Boss

The warm weather is finally here! I remember when I was a kid my summer days were full of riding my bike, swimming in the Mount Vernon pool, and selling lemonade at my mom’s garage sales. Get ready to relive …
Continue reading

Posted in News and Events | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment
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 …
Continue reading

Posted in Retirement | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment