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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 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 7/10/2015
At LSB Insurance, we're happy to say that we try to do our part to protect our environment and use our resources wisely. And we're hoping you'll take the time - if you're not already - to make reduce, reuse and recycle part of your daily routine.
posted on 5/15/2015
Americans as a whole are terrible at saving money. According to a study last month from Neighbor Works America, about one-third of American adults, or 72 million people, doesn't have any emergency savings.
The first obstacle in this lack of savings is not having a savings account. Which do you choose? With many savings options available in the market today, it can be hard to know where to start.
posted on 1/22/2015
Wasteful spending contributes to both the billions of dollars we've amassed in credit card debt and the shortage of money in our savings accounts. So how can it be stopped?
posted on 1/21/2015
What would you do with an extra $100 a month, or $1,200 a year?
posted on 1/8/2015
Do you get to the end of a pay period and wonder where all your money went? Senseless spending keeps you in a perpetual paycheck-to-paycheck cycle.
posted on 12/30/2014
So you want to save more money next year? The good news is that it's not complicated. The bad news is that it does require some sacrifice and discipline.
posted on 10/20/2014
Your brain is trying to kill your budget. Don't be mad though, because it's not really your brain's fault. The chemical response in your brain from spending money and getting what you want is incredibly addictive, which is why therapy for shopping addiction is a real thing.
posted on 7/7/2014
If you are hoping to save some money in a quick way or if you are wondering what you really spend your money on, a week-long spending sabbatical may be a great idea. Not spending money for a certain amount of time can give you just the insight needed to see where your money is going. The best thing about this money-saving idea is that you can tailor it to your needs and goals.
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 7/3/2014
Sometimes it can be difficult to admit you need to limit your spending between paychecks. The best way to increase your savings is by limiting your spending. There are easy ways to limit spending if you utilize Lincoln Savings Bank's online, mobile, and text message banking.
With summer weather here in full swing, your energy bill is likely beginning to rise because of air conditioning use. The good news is there are some simple things you can do to your home to conserve energy. Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) has some tips for keeping your cooling bill low throughout July and August.