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posted on 2/22/2019
Planning for the unexpected: How much emergency money should you have in your savings account?
posted on 12/28/2018
With the New Year, comes the opportunity to give yourself a fresh start. Begin this year with your financial goals in mind!
posted by James Thielen on 10/25/2017
Actively participate and consider the multiple of options available to you in considering your financial future and that of your family.
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.
posted on 9/25/2015
We've discussed the basics of Trusts and how they are commonly used to distribute assets to loved ones. But is a Trust right for you?
posted on 8/24/2015
The excitement of football is on everyone's mind, teams are beginning to complete their game plans for the coming season, and you've started strategizing your perfect fantasy football team. But have you completed your financial strategy? Here are a few tips for putting together a game plan that is sure to tackle debt and leave you doing your victory dance.
posted on 8/13/2015
Financial matters are a great source of stress for Americans of all ages, and Lincoln Savings Bank wants to help relieve some of that stress. We offer you the Lifetime Financial Cheat Sheet! It offers a quick reference for some important financial milestones through various stages of your life.
posted on 2/10/2014
So far in Lincoln Savings Bank's First Quarter Financial Plan, we've discussed financial issues that deal with your current or short-term finances. However, no matter how young you are, you also want to consider saving for retirement. The 2008 recession wiped out retirement savings for many, forcing them to continue working or get back into the workforce.