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Posted by on Oct 13, 2011 in 2011 Fall Issue | 0 comments

Saturday, October 1 : Algona Band Day Parade See ISB’s Pink Ribbon Crusaders! Thursday, October 6 : 7th Annual Shop for a Cure Shop 15 direct sales vendors and our ISB bake sale while supporting the Relay for Life! Friday, December 2 : Christmas Open House – Algona Join us for the Chamber of Commerce Weekly Business Coffee and...

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Fall Into 5 Financial Tips for Success

Posted by on Oct 13, 2011 in 2011 Fall Issue | 0 comments

Summer is coming to an end. Now that the hottest days, family vacations and back-to-school rush are behind us, it’s a great time to give some attention to your personal finances. Prepare for the coming months – and the holidays on the horizon – with these end-of-summer tips: Pay quarterly estimated taxes. If you’re self-employed or you have extra income you haven’t reported on your W-2, now’s the time to make sure you’re paying both state and federal quarterly estimated income taxes so you don’t get...

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Managing Cash Flow for Small Businesses

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Managing Cash Flow forSmall Businesses From Matt Chizek, Assistant Vice President I recently joined Iowa State Bank as the newest member of the lending team. As an Emmetsburg native and Iowa State University graduate, I’m happy to be part of such a progressive community bank as Iowa State Bank. My wife, Rhiannon, and our two children are thrilled to be back in north-central Iowa, surrounded by family, farms and friends. As I work with commercial and ag customers, I ran across these tips that I thought might be helpful to you. As...

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5 Way to Make a Difference with Your Dollars

Posted by on Oct 13, 2011 in 2011 Fall Issue | 0 comments

Because the economy continues to give us challenges, it’s important to make sure you’re being proactive to keep yourself in the best financial shape possible. It’s time for you to get back to sound financial basics! Here are 5 tips to do just that. 5 Ways to Make Dollars of Difference: Learn from our country’s debt crisis. Don’t spend what you don’t have. Borrow sparingly, and only for those things that have lasting value, such as a home or an education. Use credit cards only for expenses that you can pay...

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