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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 5/31/2018
CDs are one of the safest ways to invest your money for a longer period of time. But how do they work?
posted on 4/20/2018
To help customers make the most out of their tax refund, Lincoln Savings Bank has highlighted several ways to use your tax refund money.
posted by Lindsey Ellis on 10/12/2017
We're here to help you reach your financial goals! Whether you are saving an emergency fund, a new home or a vacation, Lincoln Savings Bank provides great interest rates on savings accounts.
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 7/20/2015
Many folks choose to take a vacation during the summer months to relax and detach from their busy day-to-day lives. While it is important to spend time resting and relaxing, going on a vacation can get very expensive, very quickly. See how a staycation may be the best option to help you relax and save money.
posted on 7/16/2015
Deciding whether to buy damage waivers or insurance at the rental car counter can be a confusing experience-especially if you don't know if you're already covered by your personal auto insurance policy.
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 1/21/2015
What would you do with an extra $100 a month, or $1,200 a year?
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 10/17/2014
There are two problems that are pervasive not only in Iowa, but across the United States as well: we don't save enough money and we don't eat healthy enough.
"A goal without a plan is just a wish." -Antoine Saint-Exupery
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 7/30/2014
It's getting close to back-to-school time, and that means it's time to spend your hard-earned money purchasing school supplies for the kids. But it doesn't have to break your budget! You can get everything the kids need and save money - it just requires a little creativity.
Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) wants to help you save on your next trip to the store. According to a USDA survey from May 2014, buying healthy foods for a family of four ranges from $131 to $299 per week. That has increased since five years ago, but there are ways you can save money at the grocery store besides clipping coupons out of the paper.
The summer is drawing to a close, but there's still time to plan a family camping trip vacation. It's a great, budget-friendly trip for your family that allows you to be active and spend quality time together away from distractions. While camping is a budget-friendly vacation alternative, it can get expensive fast if you're not well-prepared. Lincoln Savings Bank wants you to enjoy the rest of the summer and save money, so check out these tips for saving money while camping!