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posted on 11/21/2018
While the holidays are about quality time and making memories, it's easy to get caught up with spending money. Here are five holiday mistakes to avoid this year so you can enjoy the season with your finances intact.
posted on 7/26/2018
Going on vacation is fun, but comes with risks when it concerns your banking. Our must have travel tips will help you have a safe and smart time away from home.
posted on 4/20/2018
Add financial organization to your spring cleaning check list.
posted by Jasmyne Green on 4/5/2018
Buying a home should be as simple and enjoyable as possible, which is why we've broken it into achievable steps.
posted on 12/7/2015
The holiday season is upon us! This should be a time of joy and celebration, but extra expenses may cause stress for some. Afraid your gift giving is going to put you into debt? If you stress over holiday spending and have trouble staying within a budget, we encourage you to try the following steps.
posted on 8/21/2015
For many of us, August means the end of summer is upon us and it's back-to-school season. This often involves purchasing a whole new set of school supplies and paying education fees for the coming year. Here we've pulled together the top five tips for working those new school supplies into your budget.
posted on 4/27/2015
There are so many credit cards out there it may be difficult selecting which card to get. Discover the key types and how to select the best credit card for you!
posted on 2/17/2015
It's hard to believe we're already in the second month of 2015. If you made a New Year's resolution related to your finances, it's time to take a look to see how it's going. There's no time like the present to re-focus on achieving your goals!
posted on 11/13/2014
We all know what a picture-perfect Thanksgiving looks like. There's a family gathered around a table filled with a royal feast. There's a giant turkey, plenty of mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole and cranberries. Oh, and don't forget pumpkin pie with whipped cream for dessert. However, all this amazing food may not be possible if you're running a tight budget. Never fear, though, as a great Thanksgiving experience is still possible.
posted on 11/7/2014
Ah, the holidays, a magical time of year full of get-togethers with family and friends, travel, delicious meals and shopping. All of these things of course cost money, so being financially organized before we get deep into the holiday season is important. Not only will it benefit you in terms of your finances, but it will also reduce the amount of money-related stress that you experience during the holidays.
posted on 9/18/2014
Whether you need to get a grip on your spending, boost your savings or figure out another part of your finances, September is the month to get it done!
posted on 6/19/2014
Lincoln Savings Bank knows the importance of getting your children active and involved in local clubs and sports. We also know that sometimes it can get out of hand because they are at the age where they want to try everything.
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 1/20/2014
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 12/19/2013
There are those among us that just aren't good at managing money. You know who you are. If the thought of creating a budget or simply thinking about where your money is going makes you feel queasy, than it's time to shape up for the new year.