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posted on 12/7/2016
At Lincoln Savings Bank, we're proud to help businesses like yours! Whether you apply for a loan secured by the Small Business Administration (SBA) with us or with another lender, there are some documents you will need to provide.
posted on 11/21/2016
This week has us feeling extra thankful for all our employees at Lincoln Savings Bank, and we're proud to announce our 2016 Lincoln Love award winners!
It's funny the way life is sometimes. You can have everything figured out, a plan in place and be coasting when suddenly something changes. Maybe you meet someone, date for awhile and decide to get married.
posted on 11/14/2016
Just like with everything else in life that's worth having, you are more likely to have an excellent credit score if you set a goal. An excellent credit score assists you in getting the best rates and saving money on your mortgage and insurance, as well as getting the best offers for credit cards and loans.
posted on 11/2/2016
Money and finances are often the cause of arguments in marriage. If you've ever argued with your partner about money, our money and marriage guide may help.
posted on 10/24/2016
October is Employee Ownership Month, and Lincoln Savings Bank employees are celebrating the fact they are employee owners.
posted by Erik Skovgard on 9/22/2016
The recent news about the corruption and dishonesty at Wells Fargo has put banks in a negative spotlight. Not all banks are created equal, though. Read why community banks are better.
posted on 9/21/2016
Did you know there is a new tax deduction for home owners that pay mortgage insurance?
posted on 9/19/2016
Estate planning can become complicated after remarriage. With remarriage often comes a blended family consisting of children from prior relationships along with children from the new marriage. The goal is often to provide for everyone, but accomplishing this requires sound estate planning that is tailored to your individual needs and objectives.
As long as banks will lend, builders will build. But builders face ongoing challenges and must manage risk, even in this environment where construction starts are near all-time highs.
posted by Brian Heying on 9/2/2016
Do you know what your biggest asset is? Don't underestimate yourself, your biggest asset is YOU!
posted by Amee Freidhof on 8/23/2016
As our personal and professional lives move more and more online, the accompanying liability becomes a huge concern. Cyber liability was barely on the radar 10 years ago, but now protection is an absolute must for businesses and professionals.
posted on 8/17/2016
Commercial lenders Scott and Kade answer questions about the loan process and the financial information you will need to provide.
posted on 8/5/2016
It's time for Iowa Irish Fest! We're excited to be a sponsor again, and hope you will join us at the Lincoln Savings Bank stage for some great Irish music!
posted on 8/3/2016
Divorce is unfortunately very real and common for many people. Couples face the difficult task of separating emotionally and financially. Paying close attention to existing obligations and monitoring credit reports at this time is critically important.
posted on 7/13/2016
More than half of the 28 million small businesses in the United States are home-based. With the many advantages of operating from home comes inevitable risk. Are you protected?
posted on 6/21/2016
The new bank location in Adel, IA had a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, June 22nd. The Adel location has seen continued success in the last two and a half years and will now have a complete, full-service branch complete with a drive through and ATM.
posted by Erik Skovgard on 6/14/2016
Many people don't know the differences between banks and credit unions. It's easy to understand why there would be confusion. I want to help you understand the TRUE differences between banks and credit unions.
posted on 5/27/2016
During the month of May, Lincoln Savings Bank purchased all four lots of the General Obligation Corporate Bonds for the City of Greene, totaling to $565,000.
posted by Kari Gronoski on 5/10/2016
Credit cards can get people into trouble if they get in over their heads, but when used correctly, credit cards can be very beneficial. Learn a few tips on how to make a credit card work for you.