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Online shopping: How to ensure your financial information is safe online

February 26th, 2015 Susan Koehn

Finally! Now, you can purchase a brand new TV, while watching your favorite TV show. If you notice you are almost out of pet food, you can order more vittles with your pet in your lap. When you get hungry, you can order food in 30 seconds, or less, without picking up your phone. You […]

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Four ways to be a frugal CEO

February 23rd, 2015 Cory Ahrendsen

You’ve dreamed about it for years, and it’s finally becoming reality – your own business. While launching a business is exciting, it can also be extremely expensive. Frugality can be a lifesaver, especially in those early stages before your business becomes profitable. We offer four ways to help you keep costs down and be a […]

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Paying student loans vs. saving for retirement

February 17th, 2015 Mark Sandvig

What should you do? Pay off your student loans so you can feel like you’ve successfully escaped a large financial boulder from crushing you? Or, use a portion of your paycheck to live more comfortably, many years from now? Either way, you’re putting your money towards something you cannot see. You see money going out, […]

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Exchanging Foreign Currency

February 11th, 2015 Angie Brown

You just took a phenomenal vacation through Europe and came back with some extra euros. Now what do you do with that currency? Maybe you are planning a trip to Japan and would like to exchange some money before you leave. How do you go about acquiring yen? Whether you are buying or selling foreign […]

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MidWestOne Customer Spotlight: John’s Grocery

February 5th, 2015 madmin

When a small mom and pop establishment opens its doors in 1948 and continues to thrive in the midst of modern challenges, there is a reason for its success. In the case of John’s Grocery in the heart of Iowa City, there are several reasons. John’s Grocery, an Iowa City tradition, has stayed focused on […]

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A note from Charlie – Feb. 5

February 5th, 2015 Charlie Funk

It was time for vacation! My wife, Connie, and I had planned to take the week after New Year’s off and visit a warmer climate. With a horrible weather forecast for the Midwest, it seemed like it was going to be the perfect week for vacation. Things did not get off to a smooth start. When we […]

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The MidWestOne Academy

February 2nd, 2015 madmin

Have you ever wondered what the information on your credit report means or how your credit score is determined? Do you know the factors that go into establishing your mortgage costs? Have you thought about which savings vehicles are available and which ones are right for you? MidWestOne is proud to present a resource which […]

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Increase Satisfaction and Your Bottom Line in 2015

February 2nd, 2015 Cathy Rottinghaus

It’s February and you are busy gathering information to close out your books and file your tax return. Most small business owners and managers are doing the same. It’s likely you’re reviewing last year’s activities, going over numbers and thinking about how to make 2015 even better than 2014. While these tasks are important, they […]

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A note from Charlie – Jan. 8

January 8th, 2015 Charlie Funk

On November 21, we announced that MidWestOne Financial Group, Inc., the parent of MidWestOne Bank, would merge with Central Bancshares, Inc., parent of Central Bank, headquartered in Golden Valley, Minnesota. Following the merger of Central Bancshares into MidWestOne Financial Group we will operate MidWestOne Bank and Central Bank as separate subsidiaries. The combined company is […]

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A look back at the Onederful Giving Giveaway

January 8th, 2015 madmin

This marks the end of our first year of the Onederful Giving Giveaway program. In the 12 months we’ve been running this promotion, MidWestOne has been able to donate $3,000 to deserving non-profits across Iowa. From Big Brothers Big Sisters of Johnson County to United Action for Youth and many more, your participation in this program […]

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