posted by Amee Freidhof on 12/31/2020
If you've started a business recently or are thinking about doing so, you may wonder what kind of business insurance is required by law or recommended for your situation.
posted by Jasmyne Green on 12/31/2020
After working devotedly for Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) for 24 years, Dan Castle is set to retire on 12/31/20.
posted by Jasmyne Green on 12/23/2020
Learn more about 10 ways to bring more color, warmth, and personality in your space. All of our tips are beginner level and intended to be easy on your wallet as well as your free time.
posted on 12/10/2020
Managing taxes for maximum benefit in retirement requires careful planning. Thoughtful planning may help reduce the tax burden for you and your heirs.
posted by Katie Hansen on 12/4/2020
Learn about all the financing options Lincoln Savings Bank offers to Iowa home buyers.
posted by Leslie Earp on 12/3/2020
LSB receives three 'Top Lender" awards from the SBA's Iowa District Office.
posted by Ann Tiernan on 11/27/2020
As the leaves (and temperatures) fall, it's a great time to take stock of how prepared your home is for winter weather.
posted on 11/26/2020
Read the blog to learn about the five common investment pitfalls and how you might avoid them.
posted by Katie Hansen on 11/16/2020
The new office will house one mortgage lender, allowing the financial institution to continue growing its footprint throughout the greater Des Moines, IA community.
posted by Ann Tiernan on 11/13/2020
If you're renting a car, truck, motorcycle, or RV for business or pleasure, here's what you need to know about rental car insurance coverage.
posted by Ryan Collins on 11/12/2020
Many of the changes brought on by the pandemic have sparked a host of new business opportunities. If your business idea meets a current need, it might even be a great time to step into entrepreneurship.
posted on 11/10/2020
Whether you're 23 or 35, it's important to know whether you are saving enough for your retirement. There is no time like the present to ensure you are allocating enough funds to your retirement account.
posted by Jasmyne Green on 11/9/2020
Curious about open enrollment? Learn more about the open enrollment period for both employer benefits as well as the federally-sponsored healthcare marketplace.
posted by Katie Hansen on 11/5/2020
With these ten do's and don'ts in mind, we feel we're prepared to weather this quarantine and process this situation together.
posted on 10/22/2020
Even the most amicable divorce can have a significant impact on your finances. Knowing the laws that govern the division of assets during a divorce is an important first step in protecting your financial health throughout this difficult period.
posted by Katie Hansen on 10/22/2020
At Lincoln Savings Bank, we understand the need to find value and reassurance when choosing your mortgage lender. Thankfully, we have some amazing mortgage customers we've worked alongside who'd like to share their stories of success.
posted by Ryan Collins on 10/13/2020
Many contractors use lines of credit (LOC) to finance mobilization expenses such as raw materials, equipment costs, and workforce labor. Discover how utilizing an SBA 7(a) loan could be an advantageous alternative.
posted by Brian Heying on 10/7/2020
"Market timing" is the strategy of trying to predict when stock prices will rise and fall and attempting to buy low and sell high.
posted on 10/5/2020
The Internal Revenue Service announced that the deadline to register for an Economic Impact Payment (EIP) is now November 21, 2020. This new date will provide an additional five weeks beyond the original deadline.
posted by Ann Tiernan on 9/22/2020
As cooler weather approaches and the seasons change, it's essential to know the facts about hitting a deer. Animal-vehicle collisions increase in the fall and can cause significant damage.