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posted on 8/30/2018
It's no secret that college is expensive, so start saving now! It is never too early to start thinking about the future.
posted on 8/17/2018
Creating a budget AND following through with that budget is a lifelong skill that separates those who manage money well and those who don't. With all the different opinions on how to budget, the question becomes "Which budget is right for me?" We chose three different budgeting methods for you to compare and see which one best fits your lifestyle.
posted on 6/12/2018
You know how much your home costs, but do you know about all the other required fees?
posted on 4/20/2018
Add financial organization to your spring cleaning check list.
posted by Jasmyne Green on 1/12/2018
We know sticking to New Year's resolutions can be tough, and it can be even more difficult to change the way you think about money and approach your finances, but it doesn't have to be!
posted on 7/7/2014
Living trusts are an exceptionally useful way to manage family finances today. Unfortunately, trusts are also a mystery to most people, as evidenced by the variety of questions fielded by our specialists.
posted on 2/10/2014
"Treat success as a platform to go higher, not an easy chair to rest in."
This quote is not only applicable to business, but also to the topics Lincoln Savings Bank is covering this month as part of our First Quarter Financial Plan. If you've been following these posts, then you probably have a pretty good budget in place by now. However, there may be a few things you can do to help it be even better without sacrificing much in the way you live.
posted on 1/22/2014
In our last post we identified the process for setting up an easy to follow budget. However, whether you're trying to cut expenses or just trying to follow your budget, there are certain things that can really throw a wrench into your plans.
posted on 1/20/2014
So far in our First Quarter Financial Plan we've identified our money weaknesses, chosen the right checking account and created a savings plan. Now it's time to start putting all of these things into action by building a budget.
posted on 1/10/2014
Do you have any regrets about how you handled your finances last year? This is a judgment-free zone, so you can go ahead and admit it: you made some mistakes with your finances last year. It happens to the best of us. However, it's a new year and Lincoln Savings Bank wants to help you move forward. To do that, we need to identify our financial weaknesses from last year.
posted on 12/30/2013
Even though Christmas has past, Lincoln Savings Bank still wants to offer up a "gift" of some of our favorite money tips. These come from past blog posts as well as other sources, and serve as gifts that keep on giving.
posted on 12/18/2013
If you've been out shopping this month, there's no doubt you've been scouring the prices of everything on your shopping list. We attach prices to things that have a certain value to them. However, think about what you got as gifts last year: do they still work? Have you outgrown them? Did they keep their value?