The spring semester is quickly approaching, and with the impending holiday break in a few months what better way to spend your time than searching for scholarships? While it may not be on the top of your to do list over your break to take the time to find and apply for scholarships, taking this
By Darcy Dougherty Maulsby Pomeroy—When John Rosenboom finished eighth grade, his father, Steve, asked him if he wanted a car. Since the answer was yes, the pair went to the Garber-Birkey Implement Company in Pomeroy, where the younger Rosenboom was introduced to Ken Garber and landed his first off-farm job. “I worked there all through
There are so many small and valuable things we can do to impact the life of another. While some of them are financially bound, others can be simple tasks, such as opening the door for someone. This year challenge yourself to more acts of kindness, random or not. Pay for the person’s food or beverage
With harvest season upon us, Heartland Bank wants to take this time to celebrate all of the hardworking farmers in Iowa! Farming and agribusiness have been the backbone of Iowa’s economy for decades. Our local farm families and agribusinesses play a crucial role in the health of our economy and growth of our communities.
Although purchasing your first home may be one of the most expensive purchases you ever make, there is nothing better than having your own place to call home. Once you have a home, it is important to protect your financial and emotional investment by purchasing homeowner’s insurance.
Although starting a new job may not be at the top of your to-do list as you prepare for retirement, it is important to know that having a part-time job in retirement can have many benefits. From staying physically and mentally active to maintaining a small income, believe it or not, having a part-time job
Getting married is one of the most exciting milestones in life. Once you are married, there is often times where lots of changes need to be made, such as your name or where you will live. Considering your finances as a couple is another important topic to explore as newlyweds. Heartland Bank wants to help
Back in May, you graduated from college. This is one of life’s biggest accomplishments, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility. The responsibility includes: managing a fulltime job, living in a new place and paying off student loans. November is right around the corner, when your student loan grace period ends and your
Heartland Bank strives to bring you the best of the best in banking technology. When it comes to your convenience, we always look for ways to make your banking experience easier than ever, so we brought on a new way to deposit checks into your account at Heartland Bank. Remote deposit capture is an innovative
Summer brings longer weekends and time away from work. Maybe you are lucky enough to go on a vacation, or you’re just spending time at home. Whatever the case, we have a few ideas for summertime home improvement for your days off. Today’s Heartland Bank blog has four ideas for summertime home improvement to add