If you have a health insurance plan with a high deductible, you may want to set up a Healthcare Savings Account (HSA) to complement it. Not sure if it’s a fit for you? Here’s an overview to help you decide.
Tim Rice noted that when the Executive Director of Invest in Others called to let him know he was a finalist for their Community Service Award, she probably wondered if he was still on the phone. He was speechless that his work, much of which lies with Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana, could be considered the same caliber as others nominated by this amazing organization.
Horizon Bank’s Diversity Business Council members attended a meeting at their corporate headquarters to discuss diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Horizon Bank announces a partnership with Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis, which offers affordable housing initiatives. The Homeownership Opportunities Program (HOP), the Neighborhood Impact Program (NIP), and the Accessibility Modifications Program (AMP) are designed to provide affordable housing, home repairs and modifications as well as accessibility modifications.
The TCU Financial Empowerment Program Powered by FoolProof is a FREE, web-driven educational program that provides the tools, resources and knowledge necessary to make a lifetime of good financial decisions and is currently taught by hundreds of teachers in high schools and middle schools throughout Indiana.
I can only imagine a few things worse than waking up in the morning and discovering the unexpected – you've been robbed! You may feel violated, and then angry…and then confused. You might think, "Who would do this, and how did it slip right under my nose?"
Staying ahead of the curve is important in the ever-changing financial world. The advisors at Lakeside Wealth Management not only know this but take it to heart. They spend hours each year receiving additional training and instruction to be sure they’re educated, prepared, and ready to take on the challenges of the markets, the changing industry, and their changing clients.
Banking is a fact of life. The majority of working adults trust their money to a bank, go to them for loans or mortgages, or whatever other financial services they require. Often lost in the shuffle is the fact that most major banks are publicly traded on the stock market, and are ultimately beholden to their shareholders – not the Americans whose money they handle. For people looking for a more personal experience, there’s Teacher’s Credit Union – the largest organization of its kind in Indiana.