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Between the school supplies, coffee drinks, meals on and off campus and more, you may soon start to realize your summer savings isn’t going to last all year. Here is how you can leverage your time and money on campus – with a part-time job! Balance Is Key Are you passing your first year classes […]

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At Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we believe in fostering community and building relationships, but, most importantly, we believe a great banking experience stems from a great relationship with your neighborhood banker. Think of us as a good neighbor, ready to lend a helping hand and brighten your day. Whether it’s a simple question or […]

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Realizing you’ve misplaced your debit card can send you into a world of shock, but with Two Rivers Bank & Trust, you don’t have to worry – we’ve got your back! We make turning off your card easy. So easy, you’ll be able to do so in a matter of minutes. Here’s what you need […]

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Big purchase items like a car or a house require a credit check and, if someone’s credit is less than ideal, they are likely to be denied a loan for said purchase. That’s where a cosigner comes in. A cosigner is someone who has built up their credit score and has agreed to cosign a […]

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College can be some of the best years of your life – it can also be some of the most financially restricting. Luckily, businesses understand that most college students are on tight budgets and many offer great discounts on their products and services for anyone with a valid college I.D. Whether you’re a first or […]

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The Tooth Fairy is on standby 24/7, waiting for children to lose a tooth, place it under their pillow and then, while they sleep, exchange it for money. While some fairies choose to sprinkle a little glitter or leave extra goodies, the job has remained relatively consistent over the years. But, there’s one thing that […]

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Couple Carrying Boxes Into New Home On Moving Day

Spring through fall is the busiest time for realtors. Once the winter weather halts, potential homeowners begin searching for their next nest in hopes to find the perfect home and settle in before winter. Once you’ve found your home and signed the papers, the real work begins! So, before you begin packing your possessions to […]

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A group talking about their Two Rivers Bank & Trust retirement plans and laughing outside

The average age to retire in the United States is 63, according to a recent article from The Balance. And, it’s never too early to start! As of now, Millennials and Gen X-ers are on pace to out save the Baby Boomers. If you haven’t started contributing, maybe it’s because you don’t know where to […]

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Devin Kono

Cookies and milk, peanut butter and jelly, donuts and coffee – some things just go better together! The same can be said for our checking and savings accounts at Two Rivers Bank & Trust. Ankeny Branch Manager Devin Kono loves how our products complement one another, “Opening a checking account with Two Rivers Bank and […]

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hands putting coins in a piggy bank

Ever since you were little you’ve been told to save your money. Remember the excitement you’d feel finding extra change lying around and adding it to your prized piggy bank? Or, how about the sense of pride you felt when you opened a savings account and deposited a portion of your first hard-earned check? As […]

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Year after year, thousands of New Year’s resolutions revolve around living a happier, healthier lifestyle and many people turn to gyms or personal trainers to accomplish their goals. While a gym membership may seem to be the best solution to achieve your health and fitness goals, it comes with a price! Gyms and personal trainers […]

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Our new website has launched and we know that with change, comes questions, so we’re here answering some that you may have about TwoRivers.Bank! Why .Bank? Your security is of the utmost importance to us. Because cybercrime is continuing to plague financial institutions, .bank was created to enhance security. Only a financial institution’s website domain […]

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As the weather gets warmer, don’t let your credit score go up in flames! The average person with credit card debt has a balance of $16,000. That’s the cost of a brand new Ford Focus! We understand the road out of debt isn’t easy but we want to provide you with some helpful tips. Get […]

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Financial literacy

There is a lot of information on the Internet. A lot. How much time do you spend researching financial information while you’re online? If you’re like most of us, it’s probably not at the top of your search history. But, it’s important to be financially literate. According to the National Financial Educators Council, financial literacy […]

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Let’s face it. Your child has everything! They’re fed, clothed, and probably even have an Xbox One, a cellphone, or both! But did you know that 48 percent of children are lacking a college fund or any type of savings account? Coralville Personal Banker, Jeannie Beisel, believes it’s never too soon to start teaching your […]

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