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With a new year, comes new milestones and Two Rivers Bank & Trust is excited to share what you can expect from your neighborhood bank in 2018! Banking how you want. 2018 will showcase our dynamic responsiveness to meeting your needs in the way you determine. That means, if your lifestyle doesn’t offer much time […]

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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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Two neighbors with their small children standing on a porch discussing being neighbors that use Two Rivers Bank & Trust

Everyone has their own method of money management. At Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we understand that everyone’s financial situation is different. We have a variety of savings accounts that can meet your needs and Bobbie McCain, Teller Supervisor in West Burlington, has some budget tips for neighbors of all ages. “Always keep a register […]

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Flipping calendar with 2018 on it because Two Rivers Bank & Trust wants to support their customers in 2018

2018 will be your year. You’re going to tackle your financial challenges. We’re going to help! Two Rivers Bank & Trust is here to partner with our customers. We have a product and a service that can meet the needs of everyone in our neighborhood.   Laurie Stumpf-Sexton, Senior Branch Manager in Coralville, offers budgeting […]

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Every year new technology, new ideas, and the political environment affect the business landscape in ways we cannot fully predict. At Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we take pride in being a valuable partner to our business customers. While we fully encourage you to take advantage of every online banking tool we offer, we also […]

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In the spirit of thankfulness, everyone at Two Rivers Bank & Trust wants to extend our gratitude to you, our neighbors. In the last year we’ve made many updates to our products and services to make them even better for you. “Two Rivers Bank & Trust is always looking to increase consumer protection and safety for our […]

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Piggy bank with a red and white santa hat on it to depict spending less on the holiday season. Two Rivers Bank & Trust will help you spend less and save over the holidays.

According to the American Research Group, the average American spends $929 every holiday season on gifts and 56% of Americans in debt add to it during the holiday season. At Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we understand you want to do everything you can for your loved ones without negative financial consequences. We’re here to tell […]

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Two Rivers Bank & Trust joins the celebration of Small Business Saturday with the Make an Impact Small Business Saturday sign in blue and white

November 27, 2010 was the first Small Business Saturday. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in 2015 $16.2 billion was spent in small businesses on Small Business Saturday and, according to the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), last year an estimated 112 million shoppers patronized local retailers and restaurants. As a neighborhood bank, Two Rivers Bank & […]

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Group of Two Rivers Bank & Trust employees from a Burlington Branch standing outside together in a group celebrating being a neighbor and giving back to your community

It’s hard to turn on the news and not get discouraged by current events. But, we’ve seen the country come together to help hurricane-affected cities and we know our local communities have the same capabilities. As we enter the season of giving, Two Rivers Bank & Trust wants to remind our business partners that giving back is […]

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Where has this year gone? It’s hard to believe that the holiday season is right around the corner, but it seems to sneak up on us every year. At Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we love the holidays! We also know it can be a time when our customers need us the most. According to ACI Worldwide, […]

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Computer identity thief reaching their black gloved hand and arm out of a laptop screen into a man's billfold to depict internet scamming. This could have been avoided if he listened to Two Rivers Bank & Trust helpful tips.

As humans, we’re conditioned to be nice to each other, to not be defensive, and to treat others with respect. However, advanced scamming techniques are preying on good-naturedness and it’s important to have a dose of skepticism. Sean Allworth, Information Security Officer at Two Rivers Bank & Trust shared some ways you can get scammed and some […]

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Whether you’re a newlywed, on your second marriage, or just ready to start saving for a big purchase, managing money for two is more difficult than managing for yourself. Two sets of eyes, two sets of debit or credit cards, and two sets of wants and needs can be hard to navigate. That’s why communication […]

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So you’re getting married. Or, you are married. Congratulations! Join the more than 65% of people in committed relationships who share a joint bank account. Since you’re sharing your life, why not share accounts? At Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we have many checking account options for you to open with your significant other. If […]

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For your business to run successfully, a lot of moving pieces have to work together and there are a million formulas out there about how to make the perfect business plan. However, at Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we know your business is unique and we’re here to partner with you. Tim Quick, Vice President […]

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Less than one-third of Americans are taking advantage of the benefits of an IRA, according to a recent survey conducted by the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA). While the business landscape changes frequently, it can be difficult to know whether your retirement through your employer is adequate to get you to your retirement goal. […]

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