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Teach Children to Save at Home

Teach Children to Save at Home

Every year NebraskaLand Bank teams up with the American Bankers Association in a joint effort to Teach Children to Save.  In years past, NLB volunteers would collaborate with Madison Middle School in North Platte as well as Buffalo Hills Elementary School in Kearney to take over a classroom and teach the students in person.  This year, with classrooms across the nation moving to the kitchen table, we are bringing Teach Children to Save into your home as well.  We want to provide you with tools and fun activities that will break the ice and start a conversation with your kids about money

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Economic Impact Payment Questions and Answers

Economic Impact Payment Questions and Answers

It goes by many names, the Corona Relief Act, the Cares Act and Economic Impact Payments, no matter what name you may call it, this $2 trillion aid package is starting to find its way in to most Americans bank accounts.  We would like to break down some facts and frequently ask questions regarding the Economic Impact Payment.

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Misleading Marketing Practices: Lending Companies Using Your Bank’s Reputation Without Permission

Misleading Marketing Practices: Lending Companies Using Your Bank’s Reputation Without Permission

While consumers are constantly bombarded with electronic ads, and the dangers of online scams, the average buyer has evolved and will research before signing the dotted line. Other lending and insurance marketers have resorted to purchasing consumer information to seem legitimate.

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Navigating the Financial Challenges of Planning for Retirement

As the final installment of our seven-part blog chronicle on navigating and planning for the financial ins and outs of major life milestones, we end this journey on planning for retirement. From embarking on your first career job to getting married, starting a family, sending your kids to college, and enjoying an extended vacation as parents, you’ve accomplished a lot at this point whether or not you’ve perfectly followed this life track. Truly, looking back on your life is something worth celebrating and remembering.  In this blog post, NebraskaLand Bank offers financial advice on retirement planning.

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Planning and Budgeting For an Extended Vacation

Though planning an extended trip certainly takes a lot of time and effort (sound familiar?), you’ll also want to consider the budgetary and financial aspects of doing so. In the sixth installment of our blog series chronicling the financial ins and outs of life, we identify and address the financial challenges associated with planning an extended vacation as empty nesters.

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Financial Planning to Help Save Money For Your Child's Education

Our seven-part blog series on the financial challenges of life chronicles major milestones and how to effectively navigate each unique financial situation. Seeing as many parents save and either outright pay or help pay for their child’s college education, let’s take a close look at how you can start to invest in your kid’s future.

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Navigating the Financials Challenges Around Starting a Family

In the fourth installment of our blog series on navigating the most common financial challenges in life, today we cover some important financial considerations for expecting or prospective parents. Let’s get started.

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The Financial Implications of Getting Married

NebraskaLand Bank offers the third installment to our blog series on navigating the financial ups and downs of life in relation to planning a wedding and/or honeymoon and life as a married couple.

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Is it a Good Idea to Buy or Lease a New Car?

Thinking About Upgrading Your Ride? If you are, in fact, leaning toward leasing or outright purchasing a new vehicle, you probably have a number of questions in mind. What model is right for me and my life situation? Do I need more space for a spouse or kids down the road? Should I stick with the same manufacturer? What’s my realistic price range based on my income? How will my credit score factor into this purchase? There’s a lot to think about, and while our Community Bankers are not car salesmen, we can help you navigate the financial aspects of buying or leasing a new vehicle.

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Financial Planning For College Graduates And Young Professionals

In part one of our seven-part blog series on financial planning through various stages of life, our Community Bank is going to cover several key pointers to keep in mind as you establish yourself as a young professional. Let’s take a look - click here.

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