Archive for September, 2016

Wealth Management Monthly eNewsletter (Sep. 2016)

September 30th, 2016 madmin

In this month’s Wealth Management eNewsletter, we discuss some early steps you can take to help ease the burden on your family as you begin the process of administering an estate plan following the loss of a loved one. MidWestOne’s monthly Wealth Management eNewsletter discusses a variety of personal financial topics, including planning for the future, managing your wealth, […]

home, starter home, dream home, scott schroeder, family

Buy a starter home or invest in your forever home? What makes most sense…

September 21st, 2016 Scott Schroeder

Forever home vs. starter home – for many couples, this is a contentious subject. While you may feel like a starter home makes the most sense, your partner may have opposite feelings. In the past there was no question – most young people would settle on smaller, more affordable homes until other properties were within […]

Raising responsible money managers – our favorite articles about kids and money

Raising responsible money managers – our favorite articles about kids and money

September 8th, 2016 madmin

Financial literacy is part of those important life skills that we – as parents – try to impart on our children to help them succeed in life. Unfortunately, there is no step-by-step game plan that will teach children to be responsible money managers. It takes time and effort on your part to help your children […]

Charlie Funk

Note from Charlie – teamwork and leadership

September 8th, 2016 Charlie Funk

I recently had the privilege of speaking at a back-to-school kickoff event for the entire Iowa City Community School District about teamwork and leadership. I am sharing a portion of my talk below. I feel that this can easily translate to many professions and daily life. As I have thought about my own life, I […]

Are you taking these steps to protect your business account online?

Are you taking these steps to protect your business account online?

September 8th, 2016 Cory Ahrendsen

If you use online banking for your business – beware! Cybercriminals have increasingly been targeting the online accounts of small- to medium-sized businesses, non-profits and municipalities. These types of “corporate account takeovers” are attacks carried out by cybercriminals to either obtain the login credentials or hijack the secure online session of a legitimate user through […]