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Summer is a great time to get your family off the couch and get exploring. What better place to start than your own neighborhood? Here are five events that topped our list to check out this summer. Henry County Fair When? June 25 – 30, 2019 This year the Henry County Fair will celebrate its […]

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Schooling can be an expensive but fruitful endeavor. Trying to save for college can have a profound impact on the amount of expenses you have. Setting aside some money for college things can help you save on student loan debt and give you a better platform for after college when you need to save for […]

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Creating your first financial plan can be a daunting task, especially if you have looming student debt, a mortgage, or a new baby to look after! But these same reasons are exactly why you should have a financial plan in place to reduce your monetary stress and ensure where and what your money is going […]

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Have you heard of a no spend month? If you are looking to save some money, and lower your monthly spending budget, it is a great way to jump start your savings! We all have things we love spending money on, and many people make unnecessary purchases on a regular basis, sometimes every single day. […]

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Securing your first small business loan can be an imposing task, but at Two Rivers Bank & Trust we want to ensure the process is made easy for you. It takes money to make money, but how much and at what cost? Our team can assist you in helping secure a loan that fits your […]

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An Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is what many Americans utilize for the bulk of their retirement fund. It’s important to know how to manage your IRA account and taking advantage of what your bank can offer you. We spoke with Llewellyn Anderson, Brand Manager of our West Des Moines office who is super passionate about […]

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With children comes great responsibility. Part of this responsibility is helping teach your kids the importance of understanding their money and how to manage it. Consider these tips to show your children the value of responsible financial decision-making. Allowance: Consider offering your child an allowance to teach them proper money management. With an allowance it […]

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Saving money in your twenties can be difficult with bills, student loans, and all the extra expenses that come up. Figuring out a budget and sticking with it can help you maintain financial security. Setting up strategies to save in your twenties can help you prepare for things coming in your thirties. Consider these tips […]

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Due to extreme inclement weather, Two Rivers Bank & Trust, Two Rivers Insurance Services, and Employee Benefit Systems will be open with limited hours on Wednesday, 1/30/2019 from 10:00am – 3:00pm, and will reopen on Thursday, 1/31/2019 at 10:00am.

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Often during the holidays, if people aren’t sure what to get a child, people will gift them with cash. Helping your child understand the value of money management at a young age is a great skill to learn. Giving your child options instead of telling them what to do will allow them to make their […]

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Whether your financial resolutions include eating healthier, working out or spending more time with your family and friends instead of scrolling through your favorite social media site – Two Rivers Bank & Trust encourages you to add the following finance-inspired resolutions to the top of your list. Set Yourself Up For Success Kick start your […]

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If you’re planning on jetting off for your own definition of paradise this holiday season, take a deep dive into your family’s finances. Can your savings account handle roundtrip airline tickets, hotels and entertainment? Make a clear budget and stick to it. Or ditch your travel plans and plan a staycation, instead! Here are three […]

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‘Tis the season to get wrapped up in holiday spending – and holiday debt! CNBC reports holiday sales are expected to top $1 trillion this year. Don’t get caught pinching your pennies come December 26, here are three ways to help you navigate the holiday season like a pro. Time Give your friends and family […]

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The holiday season is rapidly approaching, which means plenty of expenses are heading your way! If your finances have been falling short over the past few months, it’s time to refocus your priorities and restructure your finances! Here are a few tips to help you get back on budget. Budget – Create a strict budget […]

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Thanksgiving Dinner can be expensive, especially if you are cooking for the whole family! Big families and big appetites can mean a stranglehold on your wallet. Here are a few ways to save money on dinner this Thanksgiving. Bring Your Own Dish– Having one-person handle all the kitchen duties on Thanksgiving is just plain difficult. […]

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