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 by Angela Evans on 8/31/2017
In order to accommodate growth and new strategies, Brian Heying has been promoted to Financial Services Manager at LSB this August.
posted on 10/27/2014
Retirement. Does that word invoke worry in your mind?
Retirement may seem like nirvana for some, and others see it as something they don't need to care about yet or something they dread. How is it possible that something we're supposed to look forward to can evoke such different reactions? Because some people aren't prepared.
posted on 9/19/2014
No matter your age, you should always be preparing for two things: emergencies and retirement
posted on 4/16/2014
In our last post we talked about the important things in life you should be saving for - retirement, medical emergencies, unemployment, etc. After reading that you may have thought, "How the heck do I save for all those things at once?" The answer (for most people) is you can't. But all is not lost.
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.
posted on 6/21/2012
Over the past week, the LPL Financial Current Conditions Index (CCI) rebounded to 224 from 221 last week. The CCI sustained the rebound from 205 two weeks ago.