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Welcome to 2014 - Tips and Tools for Your Financial New Year's Resolutions

Monday, January 06, 2014

Personal Financial ChecklistBy now, you’ve probably recovered from a fun New Year’s Eve. Maybe you were celebrating with friends, maybe you watched a great college football game, or just maybe, you spent a little “quiet time” at home with the family. Are you ready for 2014? Did you commit to writing down all of those resolutions that have been floating around in your head? Lose weight. Stop smoking. Exercise more. Spend more time with the family. Get your financial life in order

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According to ICBA (Independent Community Bankers of America), Most Financial Regulators Operating Despite Shutdown

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Despite the partial federal government shutdown that began Tuesday, most federal financial regulators will continue normal operations because they are not funded by annual congressional appropriations.

The FDIC, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will not be directly affected by the shutdown. The FDIC receives its funding from industry premiums and the Deposit Insurance Fund, the OCC from the fees it charges banks, and the CFPB from earnings from Federal Reserve operations. The Federal Reserve is funded by the interest it earns on its securities holdings. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac operate as private companies even in conservatorship and are not affected.

The same does not go for the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Housing Administration and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, which are funded by congressional spending bills. The Los Angeles Times reported that the SEC and FHA are operating temporarily under previously authorized funding, while the CFTC plans to furlough 96 percent of its employees. Further, if the shutdown continues for several weeks, some rulemakings, such as a final Volcker Rule, might be delayed.

Perhaps the greatest potential impact of the shutdown on community banks and other financial institutions is lost economic growth. IHS Inc., a market research firm, estimates that the daily economic cost of a federal shutdown will start at $300 million a day and accelerate as it continues, Bloomberg News reported.

The federal government shut down Tuesday as Congress was unable to reach a budget deal to authorize discretionary spending for fiscal 2014. Negotiations continue.


 

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Heartland Bank Pickins for Pelotonia Yard Sale

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Did you know that there are 6,389 riders currently signed up for the upcoming Pelotonia event this August? And, did you know that Heartland Bank has their own team of riders, seven strong, including President Scott McComb, who is riding 100 miles in the Pelotonia event to honor his late father, Bank founder Tiney McComb. 

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Do You LUV Your Community Bank? We Want To Know...

Friday, March 29, 2013

I Luv My Community BankHeartland Bank is excited to be partnering with the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) in their annual "I Luv My Community Bank" campaign. This national marketing campaign is designed to help celebrate the amazing satisfaction that customers have with their community bank, and we want to encourage YOU to participate (and you can win one of five $500 gift cards by sharing your thoughts)! 

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This St. Patrick’s Day Go Green With Heartland Bank

Friday, March 15, 2013

Pot of GoldThis weekend when you “see all that green” during the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, we hope that you’ll keep Heartland Bank in mind. Sure, you’ll likely be seeing shamrocks, four-leaf clovers and most everyone will have some sort of green clothing on (for fear of being “pinched” otherwise). But if you think about it, banking always has had a “green theme” as clients trust us with their money. 

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Providing Our Customers with the Best of Both Worlds

Saturday, February 02, 2013

Best of Both WorldsWith over 100 years of community banking under our belts, we’re pretty sure customers appreciate the hometown service, friendly staff and our ability to get to know our customers’ names. We take pride in getting to know each of the communities we serve and promise to welcome you with a smile (and maybe even a hot cup of coffee on a cold, winter’s day). 

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Heartland Bank Recognized by NAACP for Back to School, Stay in School Support

Friday, January 18, 2013

Heartland Bank was recently honored by the NAACP for their involvement in the Back to School, Stay in School Program. Heartland’s series of financial literacy workshops in schools and communities centers for families participating in the Back to School, Stay in School Program help to reinforce the values of this great program, and was one of the reasons for the bank being selected for this award. 

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Open Your Next Deposit Account Online! Here's How...

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

We'd like to take some time to help show you just how easy it is to get a deposit account opened online with our Online Account Center. Whether you're interested in getting a Checking Account, Savings Account or one of our great rate Certificate of Deposits, you can get your account opened from the convenience of your own computer. 

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According to ICBA: Fixed Mortgage Rates Edge Down This Week

Sunday, October 21, 2012

This week Freddie Mac reported fixed mortgage rates edged slightly lower last week and were near or below their all-time lows. Rates on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages averaged 3.37 percent, down from 3.39 percent last week just above its all-time low of 3.36 percent. Rates on the 30-year fixed averaged 4.11 percent a year ago. Rates on 15-year FRMs last week averaged 2.66 percent, down from 2.70 percent the previous week and 3.38 percent a year ago. 

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