Generational Financial Habits: Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z.

When it comes to your spending habits, your age may influence your decisions more than you think! Depending on your generation, there may be some key patterns that differentiate you from your older and younger counterparts. Discover your key financial traits with this helpful guide courtesy of Heartland Bank. Baby Boomers Typically classified as the

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What Your Teen Needs to Know About Money Management

Throughout their teenage years, your children will begin to grow their personal money management style. Offer them some assistance by offering these four financial lessons from Heartland Bank. Securing Their First Job No matter if it’s babysitting, lifeguarding, or bagging groceries, there are plenty of employment options for eager high school students. These opportunities typically

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10 Things Successful People Do

Ever wonder how Mark Zuckerberg or Richard Branson got where they are today? Success doesn’t come easy, but it grows where it is watered. At Heartland Bank, we want to help you climb into success with these simple tactics! Learn how to begin your journey to the top with these 10 key actions: Have maker

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Save $3,500 this Year by Removing These 6 Things

Saving money is no easy task! Only after dedication and determination, can you look successfully into your account to see the difference saving can make. At Heartland Bank, we’re excited to help you achieve your financial goals, and we can’t wait to get started! If you’re looking to tuck some funds away for an emergency

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What Your Birth Order Says About Your Money Management

Every family knows there’s a difference between the various siblings, but why is that? Many psychologists agree, birth order plays a large role! Each member of your family is generally rooted in one of four personality types which help define their core behaviors and beliefs. Discover how these traits can translate to your money management

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How to Tip on Vacation

Traveling the world is both adventurous and insightful. From climbing mountain peaks, to swimming among tropical fish, wherever your next vacation takes you, make sure you’re financially prepared. At Heartland Bank, were excited to help you get ready for your upcoming destination! Try these tipping tricks next time you’re out and about on your future

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The DO’s and DON’TS of Debit and Credit Cards

This week we are excited to dive into the Do’s and Don’ts of Credit and Debit cards! Offering two very similar, but uniquely different services for your financial needs, these cards can help you to reign in your finances and grow your credit score when used properly. Learn all about these tips and tricks courtesy

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The Route to Home Ownership

The journey to becoming a first time owner is an exciting and personal process. With questions ranging from price, commodities, to neighborhoods and more, the task of finding your ideal property can seem daunting. At Heartland Bank we want to help you make the most of your home buying experience with our guided route to

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How to Create your Emergency Fund and When to Use It

Creating a structured savings plan is one thing that can set apart the financial dreamers from the financial doers! By setting strict guidelines to your goal, and ensuring the correct follow through with a backed up savings plan, you can be certain of your success in accomplishing your future achievement! One of the biggest obstacles

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