April is ‘Financial Literacy Month’ and, for Horizon Bank, educating customers and students across Northwest Indiana about finances and banking is an important part of their mission to anticipate and fulfill customer needs with exceptional service and sensible advice.
For 1st Source Bank, giving back and being committed to the communities in which it operates is a fundamental trait embedded into the fabric of the company. Making each community a better place to live, work and raise a family is at the forefront of the regional bank’s mission.
It is never to early to start learning about money, saving, and budgets. Sure, it is not the most fun topic for a kid in their teenage years, but it is important for the future. That is why the Financial Literacy program at REGIONAL federal credit union engages with students throughout Lake and Porter County schools every month, informing them all about the importance of the almighty dollar.
REGIONAL services will experience a brief interruption the afternoon of Wednesday, February 22, 2017 between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. We will be upgrading our communication systems to improve security and better serve you.
Horizon Bank announces a partnership with Family Express to offer FREE ATM service at all Family Express locations. “This arrangement will allow our clients even greater access and convenience. Whether visiting sons and daughters away at Purdue, or in our local neighborhoods, whenever they see a Family Express store our clients will know there is a Horizon Bank “friendly” ATM waiting for them,” said Craig M. Dwight, President and CEO of Horizon Bank.
1st Source Bank and the United Way of LaPorte County Partnership Brings Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Tax season comes with mixed feelings. You may be excited about spending that income tax return, or relieved to finally have a cushion in your savings account. Some people love the math. Others are so overwhelmed with numbers, confused by paperwork, or intimidated by tax preparer fees, that they forgo filing at all.
First Trust Credit Union wants to get your kids on the right track to help them become financially savvy savers starting at an early age. First Trust’s Tree House Kids Club is designed for youth from birth to age 12, helping them learn the importance of saving money, as well as earning good grades as they begin school to learn more.
Recently, 1st Source Bank announced their exciting plans to build a brand new banking center at the corner of Calumet Avenue and Vale Park Road in Valparaiso. The 1st Source banking center currently on the site will be demolished to allow for construction of the new state-of-the-art office.
When it comes to financial preparedness and planning for whatever future lies ahead, receiving sound advice can be the difference between reaching your goals or coming up short. Whether you’re planning for a major purchase or thinking about refinancing your home mortgage, there’s no doubt that you’ve got questions.
As a nationally recognized mid-tier bank, Horizon Bank is a leader in communities that they serve. Their 56 full-service branches stretch throughout Northern and Central Indiana as well as Southwest and Central Michigan, and Horizon’s highest focus is to provide exceptional service and sensible advice in building lifelong relationships with their clients and the communities in which they operate.