Archive for June, 2014

woman with credit card

When does it make sense to open a new credit card?

June 27th, 2014 Zach Kenyon

Temptations for opening new credit cards are everywhere – local events, at the mall and in your mailbox. Before you sign on the dotted line on another credit card application, make sure you understand how opening a new line of credit will impact your financial situation. While there are some situations where a new card […]

Lender

Need a loan? Here’s what lenders are looking for…

June 20th, 2014 John J. Garcia

Like most people, you’ll probably need to get loans to make important purchases throughout your lifetime – from mortgages to car loans to home improvement loans. To get your loans approved, and get the best interest rates, it’s important to understand how lenders analyze your financial situation.  By knowing what lenders look for, you can […]

Backpocket Brewing

MidWestOne customer spotlight: Backpocket Brewing

June 5th, 2014 madmin

In summer 2012, Coralville’s Iowa River Landing became home to a world-class craft brewery called Backpocket Brewing. The 15,000-square-foot facility features a large tap room and a beer garden for the public. The Coralville plant is an expansion of Backpocket Brewing’s other brewing operations at Old Man River Restaurant & Brewery in McGregor, Iowa. Old […]

Charlie Funk

A note from Charlie – June 5

June 5th, 2014 Charlie Funk

The headline caught my attention:  “Why $1 million may not be enough.”  This particular article in the Sunday business section dealt with saving for retirement. One of the things that has interested me as I start to approach retirement age is that many surveys show that retirees continue to spend more freely in retirement than […]