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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 […]

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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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5 strategies to save money for a home down payment

January 10th, 2013 Hillary Elling

Newly married couples need to prepare for the large expenses ahead, including those associated with the home buying process. This is most often their first home buying experience, making it important to understand the expected – as well as unexpected – expenses of home buying, including the first step: saving for a home down payment. […]

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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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5 credit card no-no’s during the holiday season

December 21st, 2012 Kathy Cohea

Ho-ho-ho!  It’s the holiday season when we all tend to spend more money. The truth is, buying gifts, decorations and food for holiday gatherings can be a wonderful, joyful experience. The important thing, though, is to make sure you spend your money wisely, and don’t create a huge financial hole you and your family have […]

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Is it time to put Santa on a budget?

December 14th, 2012 Angie Brown

It’s that time of year again – malls all over the country are busting at the seams and wish lists from children and family members are slowly starting to make an appearance. If you dread this time of year for what it does to your bank account, you’re not alone. Holiday spending can easily get […]

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5 common myths about mortgages

November 23rd, 2012 madmin

With something as complex as mortgages, it’s not surprising there are numerous myths surrounding this financing tool. Separate the fact from fiction by reviewing our list of 5 common myths and misconceptions about mortgages: Myth #1: If you’re over 60 years old, you can’t get a 30-year mortgage This is a very common misconception, and […]

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Best financial advice ever received: Kent Jehle

November 16th, 2012 Kent Jehle

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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What are IFA loans and how do they work?

November 9th, 2012 Barry Green

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, or a seasoned pro, don’t finalize your home financing until you’ve considered Iowa Finance Authority (IFA) loans. If you qualify, it could result in substantial savings for you! What is the IFA? The IFA was formed in 1975 to help low- and moderate-income Iowans attain housing. Since then, IFA’s role […]

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