April 20-27, 2013
Various locations in
Whether you're looking to purchase your first home, would like information on estate planning, or are seeking help on any number of financial topics in between, Money Smart Week likely has something just for you!
Money Smart Week is a financial literacy initiative created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2002, and free educational seminars on a multitude of topics are available!
To see what options are available in Bloomington-Normal -- or to learn more about Money Smart Week -- visit http://www.moneysmartweek.org/. If a seminar requires an RSVP, information will be provided online.
Are you a saver? Or a saver wannabe?
We've all heard the advice that we should pay ourselves first, but that's sometimes pretty hard to do -- cars break down, kids get sick, roofs need repair... Basically, life happens.
America Saves Week is a national campaign to promote good savings behavior and provide individuals the opportunity to assess their own savings status.
But it's also been proven that putting away even a few dollars out of each paycheck starts to add up quickly. Maybe you can't put away 10%, but how about 5%? Maybe just 3%? If you have to, start small
Farmers, if you are debating whether to purchase crop insurance or if you are contemplating changes to your existing policy, don't forget that you have until MARCH 15, 2013 to finalize it.
If you have questions, please contact Crop Insurance Specialists Joe Conroy or Matt Allen. You can also reach Joe by phone at 309.392.2623 and Matt at 309.244.9277. They will be glad to visit with you and discuss your personal situation to determine the policy that best suits your needs.
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