Archive for July, 2017

Wealth Management eNewsletter

Wealth Management Monthly eNewsletter (Jul. 2017)

July 31st, 2017 madmin

In this month’s Wealth Management eNewsletter, we focus on the current state of the economy and the markets. MidWestOne’s monthly Wealth Management eNewsletter discusses a variety of personal financial topics, including planning for the future, managing your wealth, using Private Banking services to simplify your life and more. Each eNewsletter also includes a monthly market commentary from […]

Buying a home – how much house can you afford?

July 21st, 2017 Niki Gysbers

There are many things to consider when buying a home, and chief among them is undoubtedly the budget. As bankers, we feel it’s the decision that should come first in the home buying process and should guide all your subsequent choices. Establishing a budget helps you determine what neighborhood you can live in, how large […]

How to measure business success – KPIs, profitability ratios and more

July 6th, 2017 Neil Roers

When you’re building a startup, chances are you’re knee-deep in the daily grind of operating your business. From refining your product or service, to building your team, to meeting with vendors or other partners, you’re probably involved in all aspects of your business. This leaves little time for anything else – especially the big picture […]

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How to make memorial donations

July 6th, 2017 Melissa Koop

One of the ways to honor someone who has passed away is to make a donation in their memory. Not only does this honor the deceased’s life, it also helps create a legacy for that individual in the future. But what’s the best way to go about this? And how can you ensure the money […]

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A note from Charlie – the communities we serve

July 6th, 2017 Charlie Funk

There has been a plethora of recent articles in the Wall Street Journal that articulate the challenges that face small town America. One of these articles had as its dateline, “Mahaska County, Iowa” and chronicled the difficulty that community faces in retaining its high school graduates after their college years. It also spoke to the difficulties of […]