Important Update Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus): To prioritize the health and safety of our employees, Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) branch lobbies are closed effective 3/18/2020 until further notice. Drive-ups, ATMs, and drop boxes will remain open during normal business hours where available. Learn more.
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posted by Katie Hansen on 8/14/2019
Maintaining a compliant benefits program while also keeping your employees' best interests at heart is not a simple task. Learn more about your fiduciary responsibility.
posted on 1/25/2019
Make sure you're prepared for your spring break travel plans by following our saving and smart traveling tips.
posted on 6/28/2018
Insurance Awareness Day is a chance to review and evaluate your coverage. There are many things in life that are important to you, make sure they are protected.
posted on 6/19/2018
LSB welcomes Zach Sherman, who has joined the Lincoln Savings Bank Team as Branch Manager for the Reinbeck location.
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 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 1/10/2014
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 12/18/2013
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?
posted on 10/9/2013
When it comes to things like a credit card or health insurance, it's okay to stay connected. You can keep your child on your health insurance until 26 if need be, and they can also be an authorized user on your credit card. The biggest thing to remember is that you're trying to set your child up for success, not handicap them. Lincoln Savings Bank can help with their financial independence by helping set up a checking or savings account for your child to use responsibly, so see us today!