Archive for the ‘Empty Nest’ Category

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6 ways to financially prepare for your own death

June 14th, 2013 Kevin Mote

Although thinking about your own death can seem morbid at times, it’s a good idea to put plans in place to become more financially prepared. After all – if you don’t plan for your own death, someone else will have to do it for you when you are gone. More often than not, this role […]

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Best financial advice ever received: Douglas Benjamin

May 24th, 2013 Doug Benjamin

Editor’s Note – this article is part of our series “Best financial advice I’ve ever received.” People frequently ask bankers the best piece of advice they have ever gotten. So for this series, we’re asking MidWestOne employees to share the best money management tips they’ve ever gotten. The best piece of financial advice I ever […]

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eBook: Your guide to investing

May 15th, 2013 madmin

Investing can be a daunting task. While you want your money to work as hard as you do, it can be difficult to determine where to start. Shall you open an IRA account or put all your money in a 401(k) account? What are bonds? How should you adjust your investment strategy as you age? […]

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USDA guaranteed loan program can help with mortgage financing in rural areas

April 26th, 2013 John J. Garcia

If you are house hunting and considering purchasing a home in a rural area, be sure to talk to your mortgage officer about the USDA Rural Development Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan program. As part of the program, the USDA partners with approved lenders, such as MidWestOne Bank, extend 100 percent financing opportunities to eligible […]

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What is your retirement plan costing you?

April 12th, 2013 madmin

This material was prepared for Trent Yeazel, LPL Financial Advisor, use. While many people will set their 401(k) monthly deferral amount and then forget about it, it’s hugely beneficial to pay attention to your type of plan, mix of investments and level of risk – especially as an empty nester. Fees, in particular, are a […]

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Best financial advice ever received: Barb Finney

March 22nd, 2013 Barb Finney

Editor’s Note – this article is part of our series “Best financial advice I’ve ever received.” People frequently ask bankers the best piece of advice they have ever gotten. So for this series, we’re asking MidWestOne employees to share the best money management tips they’ve ever gotten. The best piece of financial advice I’ve ever […]

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The best ways to start your credit score

February 6th, 2013 Sabrina Kurka

One of the “twists” in today’s financial world is that you need to have a good credit score to get a loan…but to establish a credit score, you need to have a credit history! If you don’t have any credit history, then you might not have a credit score, and might not be able to […]

Financial Setback Recovery

5 tips for surviving a personal financial setback

February 5th, 2013 Susan Koehn

One of the last things we anticipate in our “Empty Nest” years is having our personal financial world crash down on us. Unfortunately, it can happen. People can lose their jobs, face huge medical costs, have stocks/investments drop significantly and other financial catastrophes. That’s the bad news. Fortunately, there is some good news. There are […]

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Best financial advice ever received: Greg Turner

February 1st, 2013 Greg Turner

Editor’s Note – this article is part of our series “Best financial advice I’ve ever received.” People frequently ask bankers the best piece of advice they have ever gotten. So for this series, we’re asking MidWestOne employees to share the best money management tips they’ve ever gotten. There are three big pieces of financial advice […]

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Best financial advice ever received: Steve Hicks

January 4th, 2013 Steve Hicks

Editors Note – this article is part of our series “Best financial advice I’ve ever received.” People frequently ask bankers the best piece of advice they have ever gotten. So for this series, we’re asking MidWestOne employees to share the best money management tips they’ve ever gotten. The best financial advice I ever received has […]

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