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SIMMONS FIRST NATIONAL CORPORATION ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT TO ACQUIRE THE LANDRUM COMPANY

Simmons First National Corporation announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement and plan of merger with The Landrum Company. Landrum is the parent company of Landmark Bank.

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Get Smart: 4 Ways to Make the Most of Your Checking Account

There are many options when it comes to a new checking accounts. Make sure that you consider these four factors. 

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6 Steps to Your Home Construction Loan

Everything you need to know about securing a construction loan
 

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5 Ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft and Fraud

Today, identity theft is rampant. Make sure you're doing these five things to protect yourseld from fraud. 

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Make Summer Vacation Possible

Think a summertime getaway was out of the question this year? Think again!
 

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How millennials are actually driving the housing market

While debt and is keeping a lot of young people from buying a house, at the moment, millennials are actually driving the housing market, not slowing it down.

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The Internet Banking advantage for businesses

While you may already use online banking for your personal account, you may not have considered this option for your business.

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5 incentives for starting a business

Have you ever considered starting a business but were unsure whether the benefits outweighed the costs?

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Starting a Business: Keeping Your Employees

As an employer, it’s important to stay aware of your employees’ feelings about their jobs, as well as provide incentives to establish a creative environment in your office.

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Starting a Business: Attracting Employees

By knowing what you’re looking for in an employee and providing incentives to attract skilled candidates, you can create a strong team.

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Starting a Business: Funds to Build Your Business

Growing a business requires a steady stream of money. 

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Starting a Business: Health Benefits

Health insurance has changed dramatically in the last few years, which means you'll have to consider various healthcare options.

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Sound Advice

Kim and Melvin Dunlap are entrepreneurs and business owners, a husband-and-wife team for the past 18 years, dedicated  parents, and faithful members of Fairview Baptist Church – but they wouldn’t  prioritize the list in that order. 

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I'm a Landmark: Sandy Northcutt

For Sandy Northcutt, family and community are the greatest measures of success in life.

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Sharing success over a cup of coffee

Skip DuCharme’s life changed the day he and his brother walked into an Austin coffee shop and were hit with the smell of coffee being roasted in house.

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How to spring clean the financial clutter in your life

Spring is a great season to get your finances in order, and likely save some office space and money in the process.

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It's True/False Festival Time Again!

This year, festival-goers who attend True/False films at the historic Missouri Theatre will see Landmark, as a Super Sponsor, featured as the presenting sponsor for the venue.

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Love and Finances – Tips for Strong Relationships

Differing beliefs and money-management styles are often to blame for relationship conflicts, as is lack of communication. Consider these tips for a healthy financial relationship.

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I'm a Landmark: The Good Samaritan

When Sheri Noble accepted her position as clinic administrator at the Good Samaritan Care Clinic in 2006, she knew there'd be some amount of on-the-job learning.

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The most common mistakes made by first-time homebuyers

The best way for first-time homebuyers to proceed is by learning from the mistakes of others and making sure not to duplicate them. 

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Ways to prepare financially for a new child

If your New Year's resolution involves a new child, there are many steps you will want to take to prepare financially for a newborn. 

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Freddie Mac report shows mortgage rates lower at end of 2018

In the last full week of December, Freddie Mac released a report showing mortgage rates had continued their two-month decline, and were ending the year on a relatively low note after having peaked in November.

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Steady as She Grows

Smith Thompson Home Security is a family-owned business competing with the industry incumbents in Plano, TX.

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How to sell your home during the cold winter months

Winter may be the housing market's off-season, but there are some real estate tips and tricks you can use to still sell a home during winter. 

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Freddie Mac introduces new 'green' mortgage to help homeowners reduce utility bills

Homeowners have a lot of bills to pay in addition to their mortgages, with an average of $9,400 in annual total home costs, including roughly $2,200 in utilities. Now, thanks to new GreenCHOICE Mortgages offerings, low-income families can get financial aid to make home repairs that will save energy and reduce utility costs.

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The scariest financial statistics facing millennials, and what to do about them

There are some truly terrifying financial statistics about millennials out there, and while they may make you want to cover your eyes, having the courage to confront them can be instructive--and maybe even life-saving!

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Why Americans are saving less for retirement, and how you can buck the trend

“Save for retirement” is one of those commandments that’s easier said than done. And these days, it’s not being done nearly enough.

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How self-driving cars could radically alter home values

It’s possible that Americans simply won’t take well to the advent of autonomous vehicles, and self-driving cars will end up flopping as hard and as fast as previously hyped gadgets like Google Glasses, Segways and Nintendo Virtual Boys.

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Financial moves you can make now to set yourself up for 2019

There’s never a bad time to reassess your spending, wage earnings and savings potential.

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How to save for retirement

Here are a few ways you can begin saving and preparing for the future today.

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What Gen Z thinks about finances

Here’s a quick rundown on who this generation truly is and how their perspectives impact finance at large.

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Teaching your child important lessons about financial responsibility

Here are a few things to teach your child about financial responsibility.

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Having difficult conversations about funeral costs

Families have a variety of new options at hand to help them plan for and finance memorial services, but there are new complications to this already delicate process, too.

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Tighten your budget with these tips

Here are a few ways you can save by cutting out unnecessary expenses.

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At Landmark, I know they have my back

Cynthia Frisby shares a two-word phrase to describe her life: time management. 

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The Right Moves

Jeff Carr never planned to start his own business.

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Landmarks building Landmarks

Charlie Myers smiles as he recaps his last 30 years in business—the highs, the lows, and the big risks that have led to big rewards.

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Are there hidden costs of selling a home?

A recent report took a deep dive into the lesser-known costs of selling a home in most of the largest housing markets in the U.S.

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Tips for starting a business

Many people have ideas for an ideal business that combines a dream and a drive to address a need for services in a certain area, but it takes a lot to turn an idea into a reality.

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3 tips to help protect your small business from fraud

With 2014 being the year of cyberattacks and data breaches, more small businesses have to focus on protecting their assets and customers' personal information.

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More bang for your buck: Saving tips for business owners

As a small-business owner, you know stretching every dollar in your company's checking account is important during the initial years of operation.

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Cash in on your commute: Save money while you're on the go

For some, sitting in traffic is akin to one of Dante's nine circles of hell.

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Dominating the Web: Getting your online business off the ground

Are you ready to be the next entrepreneur to strike it rich with an online business?

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Defending against computer viruses in 2018

Today, computer viruses have only grown more complex, and in many cases more harmful.

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The fundamentals of business credit

As a business owner, your personal credit history comes into play, but your business has its own credit information.

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New report compares business and consumer Mobile Banking

While your Mobile Banking concerns as a consumer may be focused on whether your checking account has enough funds to support a night out on the town, your business usage is likely geared toward tracking spending and expenses.

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All about inventory financing

As a company owner, business banking solutions serve a large role in your growth potential.

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Open for business: Being transparent to maintain employee satisfaction

When you started your company, you were probably surviving with your business banking solutions and whatever other sources of financing you could find, but that all starts to change once your revenue stream becomes more consistent.

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Protect your business with the right insurance

When you get sick or hurt, you use health insurance so your checking account isn't strained by medical bills, and business insurance does the same thing for your company.

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Getting your business started out on the right foot for 2015

For some business owners, 2015 means a fresh new year to get things on track with their companies.

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5 habits to help keep your personal and business finances separate

Getting your business up and running is one of the most exciting moments, but with the anticipation comes responsibility.

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Are you taking the right financial steps toward your first business?

You have the dream, the vision and willingness to get down and dirty with your new business idea, but do you have the right financial strategies?

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Say hello to the phablet

The cliche "go big or go home" no longer applies to how consumers look at tablets, as more people are becoming fond of smaller devices.

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Beefing up your business' social media profiles

When you're not busy posting selfies to your personal Facebook and Twitter, you need to expand the social media presence of your business.

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4 strategies for giving your business a name that doesn't stink

If you're like many entrepreneurs, you've thought about an awesome and funky business name for some time.

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4 tips for having an attention-grabbing pitch

If you're looking to get funds for your startup from investors in addition to our business banking solutions, you'll need a memorable pitch to ensure they're going to cut you a check following your presentation.

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Finding backers who are personally invested in your small business

Loans from personal sources could provide an entrepreneur with an investment group that will go the extra-mile to support the business. 

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Important financial questions every student should ask

Before heading to school, every student should ask some important financial questions. 

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How to navigate stock market uncertainty

Tips every investor should keep in mind.

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Is your business innovating?

Business innovation is a must in order to stay ahead of the competition.

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Developing wealth and growing your budding business

If you're thinking of starting a new business venture, you might want to brush up on some advice from those with experience in doing so. 

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Small businesses need to protect against corporate account takeover

Businesses of every size have to take cybersecurity seriously.

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Landmark Bank instills family values

The phones start ringing at 6 a.m. at T-Mac, where Blake and Cheryl Tekotte work alongside their sons-in-law and six other employees.

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Financial steps for your first business

Here are some important financial steps to take as your start your first small business to ensure your new venture is successful.

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2 important small business lending options

No matter how good your idea is, if you don't have money, you won't be able to sell products or services to consumers.

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5 ways to protect your small business

As a small business owner, you also have to follow best practices when it comes to online security.

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Music is known to affect productivity

Whether you're a sole proprietor running a business out of your home or at the helm of a small franchise, improving productivity is key to growing your business.

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4 tips to protect yourself this holiday season

With a good chunk of the shopping season still to go, you'll want to follow these four tips to stay safe.

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How to get your small business off the ground and running

Here are some tips for getting your idea out of your head and into the world of reality.

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The basics of business plans and loans

If you think you have the next big idea for a blockbuster corporation, or just feel confident that you know how to improve an age-old business model, it might be time to start your own company.

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Identity theft and security basics for businesses

Small-business owners and entrepreneurs are probably underestimating their risk of falling prey to these digital threats.

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Getting the most out of a business credit card

Before applying for one, learn the basics of business credit cards and how to get the most bang for your corporate dollar.

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Different types of small business loans

Business loans can take many different shapes depending on the needs of the business. Here's what every entrepreneur should know before applying.

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The basics of buying a business

Rather than starting one from scratch, it may prove easier to purchase an existing business. Here's how to get started.

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Understanding property taxes

Most tax topics are confusing, and property taxes are certainly no exception.

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How Landmark Bank gives business owners time to shine

Landmark Bank provides small businesses with the financial services they need to save time and money.

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Benefits of equipment financing

Whether you're involved in construction or another industry that uses specialized equipment, you know that purchasing what you need can be expensive.

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Many Americans are concerned about their retirement savings

A recent Harris Poll found that many Americans are worried about their retirement savings although most have a financial plan in place.

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What is estate planning and why is it important?

You obtain a number of assets in your lifetime, including vehicles, real estate investments and even the money in your checking account, among others.

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What it takes to launch a new business

So much of the success of a new business is tied up in the people and systems that support its critical functions.

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A checklist to prepare for retirement

You need to do more than open a savings account to prepare for retirement.

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A growing need for financial literacy in the US

When you were a kid, did your parents ever tell you how much money was in their checking account?

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Tips for getting auto loans

If you want to buy a car but don't have quite enough saved up for the model that catches your eye, you can get financial assistance with an auto loan.

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When should you start saving for retirement?

Although your golden years could be decades away, you need to start thinking about saving for retirement.

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Tips for a secure Mobile Banking experience

Mobile banking is a convenient way to see the status of your checking account on your smartphone or mobile device, there are many things that you can do to protect your financial information from unauthorized users.

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Choosing a retirement plan for your small business

As the owner of a small business, you are responsible for selecting and setting up a retirement savings plan for yourself and your employees.

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Discussing finances before marriage

Couples who take some time to understand each other's finances are therefore in a better position to handle the really difficult conversations.

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Why the housing market could go either way in 2018

The housing market looks poised for another year of growth, although a few familiar concerns remain.

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Student loan forgiveness programs prove complex

Borrowers who still want to take advantage of the PSLF program shouldn't feel scared off.

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I'm a Landmark: Kris McKinney

For Kris, it’s all about family and community, which is why she loves doing business with Landmark Bank.

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What it takes to boost your credit score

There are tried-and-true methods to bring your score up that require relatively small amounts of time and effort on your part.

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Keeping your bank account safe from cybercrime

Mobile banking apps are easy to use, but they shouldn't be easy to hack, too.

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7 tips for first-time homebuyers

Buying a home for the first time is an exciting experience, but it also comes with its fair share of challenges.

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Get more than a debit card with Landmark Shield debit card protection

You've probably heard the phrase "Why settle for less?" and that thinking should apply to your debit card.

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Surfing the Web for sales: The benefits of online shopping

There's nothing better than getting all your errands done while lounging in a pair of sweatpants on a lazy day, which is one of the many reasons consumers are fond of online shopping.

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You're safe and sound with Internet Banking

If you're like most consumers, guarding your financial information is as important as keeping embarrassing photos from making their way on the Internet.

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The benefits of committing to a mortgage

Commitment can be hard for some consumers, which is why it is understandable that getting a mortgage can be scary thought.

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Reining in your energy bill this winter: Part II

Old man winter does a number on your energy bill in addition to your fingers and toes.

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3 health care tips for your golden years

Health insurance is one key benefit you can get from your employer in addition to access to a 401(k) plan or other retirement savings vehicle.

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How low can you go?: Negotiating a car price

When buying a car - whether new or used - you want a quality vehicle for an affordable price.

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Office plants are more than simple decorations

Office plants are as much a staple of the corporate world as seas of cubicles and casual Fridays, and a recent study determined they may have a function beyond decorating the office.

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Have no fear, Landmark Mobile Banking is here

Although Mobile Banking has been around for a while, some consumers still view it as scary space-age technology.

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More gas for less cash: Part II

Paying at the pump isn't so bad when gas prices are on the lower end, but that may not make a difference in regard to how often you fill up.

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More gas for less cash: Part I

When considering gas prices, you may remember several instances where your parents or grandparents commented on how affordable fuel was in earlier years.

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5 strategies for keeping your financial resolutions for the new year

If there's one thing anyone can say about New Year's resolutions, it's that few people have kept their promises by the following winter, but that doesn't mean you can't accomplish your financial goals.

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Maximize your savings with a money market account

When you open a savings account to prepare for the future, you have many options that offer a higher interest rate than a basic account, including a money market account.

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Mobile Banking to outpace Internet Banking within five years

A recent report revealed that the number of people who view their checking account, transfer funds and perform other banking tasks from their phones is expected to increase over the next five years.

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Study finds that American teens rank low on financial literacy

As a parent, you're probably familiar with comparisons of how educated American students measure up to those in other countries, and the results don't typically come back in favor of the best and brightest in the U.S.

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Millennials are glued to their phones

In what may be unsurprising news, credit reporting bureau Experian recently found that millennials use their phones more than any other generation.

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More than a quarter of Americans don't have emergency savings

In the event of an emergency, do you have money beside what's in your checking account set aside to support you financially?

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Get the best deals on the top toys this holiday season

With the holiday shopping season seeming to come earlier each year, you may already be thinking about what you want to buy for your children this year.

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Deck the halls and your wallet: Holiday shopping tips

The holidays are a great time to spend time with family and eat delicious home-cooked meals, but there's no denying gift giving plays a large role in the season.

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Protecting your Internet Banking from malware and phishing

Internet Banking is a great way to access and manage your accounts from home or on the go, and you need to protect your information while doing so.

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Are you ready to buy a home? Part II

Buying a home requires you understand your current finances and station in life before you commit to becoming a homeowner.

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Are you ready to buy a home? Part I

Would you rather own your living space instead of dealing with pesky landlords and rules about what you're allowed to do in your abode?

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Tips for finding the right used vehicle

After saving for a while, you're ready to buy your first car.

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Types of life insurance policies

Preparing for the future means not only ensuring that you can have a comfortable retirement, but it also includes providing financial security for your family in the event of your death.

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How is your credit score calculated?

Whether you're applying for one of our auto, business or real estate loans, your credit standing plays a part in the decision of whether you receive financing.

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Banking tips for teens

After earning an allowance from your parents each week for years, it may be time to open your own checking account.

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Date night on a dime: Affordable ways to treat your honey

Few people want to be seen as cheap when they take their sweetie pies out for a good time, but there are ways to spend less of the money from your checking account while dating.

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7 questions to determine if you're ready to buy a home

Without a doubt, mortgages are the largest debts most consumers take on in their lives.

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5 tips to keep your wallet as full as your stomach on Thanksgiving

Although Thanksgiving marks historical events and is a time of reflecting on what you should be thankful for, it's hard to forget the allure of a hot turkey leg and cornbread stuffing.

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6 tips for avoiding impulse purchases

When a patio set that is on clearance with a 60 percent discount is staring you in the face, it is hard to say no.

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4 tips for maximizing a college savings fund

Whether it be a piggy bank full of coins or a savings bond, most parents like to get a college fund started for their children as soon as possible.

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Why now may be a good time to buy a home

Have you been sitting on the fence about becoming a homeowner?

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5 tips for mastering your mortgage application

Are you fond of taking a large amount of time to complete paperwork?

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Spend less on the groceries you love: Part II

If you're still looking for ways to save money on grocery shopping, we've got you covered with more tips.

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Spend less on the groceries you love: Part I

In recent years, the phrase "extreme couponing" has become more common, especially given the success of the network television show with the same name.

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Healthy doses of digital and branch banking

While many of you still enjoy coming into one of our community branches for your banking needs, other consumers prefer to manage their checking accounts while on the go.

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Manage your retirement income with an annuity

Although the term "annuity" sounds like something only big-time Wall Street investors know about, these products can actually be a useful part of your retirement planning strategy.

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I'm a Landmark: Brad Miller

For Brad, that trust is essential to his practice. But then so is his vision.

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4 signs that you are ready to invest

You've probably heard many stories of people who struck it rich putting money in the stock market.

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Fixed or adjustable: Which mortgage is right for you?

Everyone likes to have options, which is what you'll get when shopping for mortgages.

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Things to know before buying your teen driver a set of wheels

Your child stands before you with a freshly printed driver's license, and you promised to buy him or her a car upon successful completion of the road test.

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Getting your ducks in a row with the help of a financial planner

When it comes to managing your finances for the future, you don't want to be too shy to ask for help.

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6 apps to help you become a more frugal spender

Between the time you spend playing Clash of Clans™ and Cut the Rope™ on your smartphone, you can also use some apps that help you save money in your checking account.

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More Americans are making their credit card payments on time

After racking up a sizeable balance on your credit card, it feels good to make monthly payments when they're due and watch your outstanding amount drop to zero.

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Different types of bonds

There are several investment options for individuals that are currently sitting on excess liquidity in their checking account and savings accounts. 

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To swipe or not to swipe: That is the question

You're probably as accustomed to hearing "cash or credit" as you are "paper or plastic."

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Staying safe while at the ATM

When you need to grab some cash from your checking account in a hurry, you can visit one of our convenient ATMs located throughout the community. 

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3 tips to avoid the stress of an overdrawn checking account

Do you ever forget how much money you have in your checking account? 

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New or used cars: Which are better for you?

For some consumers, any car is a new car if they never owned it before.

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5 tips for selecting a successor trustee

Do you know someone you'd trust to take care of your estate following your death?

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Preparing for spring homebuying season

It appears that this spring and summer will make for yet another great time to sell, but only for owners who take the right steps to prepare.

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The difference between major auto insurers

Just because you remember their name or can recite their jingle, it doesn't necessarily mean they have the right insurance policy for you.

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Pros and cons of the gig economy

If you're considering becoming a worker in the gig economy somehow, it's important to understand the benefits and drawbacks often involved.

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5 tips to make your teen financially responsible

As your child quickly becomes a teen, his or her need for independence is likely to grow whether you as a parent like it or not.

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6 ways going green in your home will save money

It's hard to get a financial break these days, but going green in your home might add a little green to your wallet, too.

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8 ways to budget for your summer vacation

Summer is just around the corner and many couples and families are excited to take time off and relax in the sun.

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3 money saving tips you should avoid

Saving money is a serious issue for Americans as fewer people have emergency funds.

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Tips to help you decide where to retire

If you're one of the lucky ones, you have reached the point in life where your next big decision is where to retire.

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Millennials want financial advice tailored to their own needs

For those who have seen the U.S. economy take a rollercoaster ride over the last few decades likely know a thing or two about personal finances.

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Time to start saving for retirement right now

A new report from the nonprofit Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) discovered some harrowing facts about many U.S. workers' retirement savings habits.

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5 financial responsibilities you need to tackle before buying a home

Buying a home is an exciting and nerve-wracking experience you'll likely never forget. 

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How to wisely use your tax refund

While the tax preparation season can bring a little additional stress, the feeling of getting your tax refund certainly makes up for it.

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5 home improvement projects that could be worth the investment

As summer inches closer, a lot of homeowners debate making a home improvement investment on their property.

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5 simple ways homesteading can help you save money

Many expenses that are common in most people's budgeting plans today were completely irrelevant just a decade ago.

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5 ways to save on your child's summer camp

With great weather spreading across the nation, many parents are getting ready to send their children to summer camp programs.

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All signs point to 2015 being a great year to buy a home

Throughout the spring and summer months, the homebuying season is in full swing.

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When It's Home, It's Worth It

Our banker has gone above and beyond during the loan and remodel process, texting ideas and calling when something new happens. With all of the laws changing, it can be rough for everyone, but working with Landmark has been exciting — it's like we're breaking new ground. Isn't it time you became a Landmark?

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Fun and responsible ways to spend your tax return

With any tax refund, you can use the money for both fun and responsible matters.

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3 ways to make your backyard better

This Memorial Day, take the time to make some upgrades to your backyard.

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Room for everyone

"Every time we come in the door, we're like, 'Is this really our home?'" Nicole Smothermon says of her family's new house.

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Building a Practice

As his business continues to grow, so does Bruce's relationship with Landmark.

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Essential backyard purchases for the summer

Just because the official start date of summer is June 21 doesn't mean you can't start preparing now.

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Get ready for the outdoors: RV edition

Recreational vehicles are the perfect camping companion.

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Keeping it simple with refinancing

The Herren family benefited from great refinancing rates from Landmark Bank.

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Why a personal loan will help you get your dream boat

A personal loan will help you finance the purchase of a boat.

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Fall activities for the whole family

Summer doesn't technically end until Sept. 21, but this doesn't mean you can't start planning for some fun, affordable family outings.

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Steps to prepare for the fall and winter

As the temperatures start to dip and leaves fall off the trees, you have to start preparing your home for the weather changes.

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A Home To Stay

Isn't it time you became a Landmark?

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Follow these 3 tips to make the most of your November shopping

Before you head out at 5 a.m. for some Black Friday shopping, you'll want to approach the event with a strategic game plan.

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Now's a good time to start retirement planning

Worried about how you'll support yourself during your retirement? You're not alone!

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Go paperless with eStatements

One of the many benefits of Landmark's Internet Banking is that you can receive eStatements of your account activity right on your computer.

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Mobile and PC payments to take off in 2014 and beyond

Consumers are glued to their phones and tablets for more than funny pictures of cats, social media updates and Angry Birds.

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Consumers want their real estate agent to take charge

Consumers in the U.S. are generally happy with the service they receive from real estate agencies.

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Simplify your finances with mobile bill pay

Are you constantly on the go, leaving little time to sit down and pay your bills?

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What are mutual funds?

When you start a savings account to build wealth for retirement or to make a profitable investment, you may consider other options to expand your gains.

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​The importance of prequalifying for a mortgage

Before you start shopping for a home, you should get an idea of what your spending potential looks like by prequalifying for one of our mortgages.

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Do you need a living trust?

When deciding how you want to transfer assets to your heirs, there are many wealth management options available.

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Consumers are filling their checking accounts

If you've got a sizeable amount of money in your checking account, you're not alone.

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Retirement planning tips for the summer part II

Between all the barbecues, baseball games and beach trips that are iconic to the summer, be sure to save some time for retirement planning.

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Retirement planning tips for the summer part I

The summer is a good time to relax and spend time with family, but that doesn't mean that you can't spend a little time reviewing your retirement plan.

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Is refinancing right for you?

If you've had a mortgage for some time but would like to adjust the terms of your home loan to get a more favorable ones, you can refinance.

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What is a Roth IRA?

When you start a savings account to prepare for retirement, you have many options for maximizing your nest egg.

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Consumer saving is up this summer

Consumers have been keeping an eye on their checking account balances this summer, as a recent Gallup Poll found that they are finding more ways to save money by reducing expenses.

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Why are debt-to-income ratios important?

When applying for home loans, there are many factors that lenders use to determine whether you're a qualified borrower.

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Getting a home equity line of credit

There are more advantages to growing home equity besides personal pride in owning a property with appreciating value.

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Tips to protect your checking account

Protecting your checking account information is vitally important these days.

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Using an ATM for your banking needs

When you want to withdraw money from your checking account, you'll likely visit one of our ATMs.

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Banking your way with Landmark Video Teller ATMs

We at Landmark Bank are providing high-quality services for all of your banking needs.

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5 tips to improve your credit score

When applying for auto, business or home loans, your credit score plays a large role in your purchase power. 

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Banking for baby boomers

Baby boomers, who were born between 1946 and 1964, according to a Gallup poll, have distinct preferences for managing a savings or checking account. 

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Landmark Bank recognized as top bank

We at Landmark Bank, a community bank with 42 locations in 28 communities across Texas, Missouri and Oklahoma, have recently been recognized by the American Bankers Association's Banking Journal Performance Ratings.

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Reasons to use Mobile Banking

If you have considered downloading a mobile banking application for your smartphone or tablet but have been unsure if the technology fits your needs, you may be in for a surprise.

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3 ways to use your year-end bonus

If you're fortunate enough to get a bonus, follow these three tips to make sure you put that money to good use.

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When a Landmark team member with a reputation for giving makes a small request for help, she's amazed by the incredible outpouring of support she receives.

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It was barely a week before her niece's wedding, and Carol Miller had a to-do list a mile long.

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The truth about Black Friday shopping

Every Thanksgiving evening and Black Friday, many consumers forgo additional time with family, turkey and pumpkin pie for a chance to stand in the cold and get a huge discount on a typically expensive item.

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Many people enjoy the benefits of banking on the go, and a recent study from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has shown Mobile Banking is also driving unbanked and underbanked consumers to use traditional channels.

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At any point during the year or in any climate, you can find a use for an SUV, but how do you go about picking the right one for your needs?

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Many first-time homebuyers can make costly mistakes that lead to buyer regret down the road, but you can avoid this pitfall if you know what you're up against before you start house hunting.

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Graduating from college can be a bittersweet moment for some adults as they get the sudden realization they'll have to start making payments on their deferred student loans.

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If you're a competitive person, the holiday season may be less about giving and spending time with family and more about having the most decked-out house on your block.

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5 tips to cut back on your holiday dinner spending

Between the spread you'll have for your family and the cookies you'll leave for Santa, you stand to shell out a lot of money from your checking account for food this holiday season.

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From private parties with friends to large gatherings at hotels, the possibilities for how you bring in the new year are endless - and possibly expensive.

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Don't rely on a 'number' when it comes to retirement planning

If you've started retirement planning or watch enough television, you've heard about the idea of finding your retirement "number."

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Did you know Mobile Banking is especially useful when you're buying gifts and decorations for the holidays?

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Many married couples tell soon-to-be newlyweds that weddings are more for family members than the bride and groom, and this advice often results from their understanding of the cost of a wedding.

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Between the stinky diapers and late-night crying sessions, you also have a host of new financial responsibilities as a first-time parent.

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An island in the sun and much more: Tips for an affordable honeymoon

After paying the many costs that come with getting married, you may not have much left over to get away for a while after you tie the knot.

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Checking and savings accounts: The better ways to stash your cash

Do you keep your money stashed in a shoebox, hidden beneath your mattress or in a piggy bank?

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The mobile takeover: Consumers prefer banking on the go

A recent report from Bain & Company reveals banking customers across the world love updating their checking account information and performing other tasks from their phones more than any other banking channel.

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5 tips to save money on your next appliance purchase

When you buy a home, one benefit of the deal is you typically get to keep the appliances because many of them are considered fixtures in the homes.

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All about mortgage insurance

One of the great parts of the homebuying process is your can still get one of our mortgages even if you can't supply a down payment of 20 percent that many homebuyers aim for.

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While 65 is seen as the traditional retirement age, many baby boomers don't expect to settle down and exit the workforce when they reach this age.

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Watch out for checking account information scams

When it comes to your checking account information, it's best to follow the age-old advice that you shouldn't talk to strangers.

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Bouncing back after the season of giving

While some people will be out spending the gift cards they received for the holidays, many of us will be looking at ways to get our checking account balance back in shape.

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Know your options to save for college

Many parents, grandparents and other family members want to provide a college education for their children.

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Tips for saving money on airfare

Getting away for a vacation provides you a great way to relax and revitalize.

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Should your money be looking toward the future or paying back the past?

After graduating, many students like you accumulate impressive sums of student loan debt.

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Are you on track with your finances for the year?

Keeping your finances on track is certainly no easy task, but millions of people challenge themselves each year and make a pledge to be more financially responsible.

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A guide to understanding your credit score

One small three-digit number is responsible for many of your future financial investments.

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Congratulations! You have decided to get married and live happily ever after.

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Getting the most out of your Internet banking

The banking industry in the U.S. continues to improve with new software, apps and all-around easier ways to handle your funds. Some of us might not be the best with our mobile devices, but Internet banking does not have to be a difficult process.

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It is that time of year again when everyone starts dreaming about money and dreading the tax form filing they will have to do.

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Demographers and economists constantly debate housing market trends, but one thing the two sides have recently agreed on is that Generation Y could be moving to the suburbs, The Wall Street Journal reported.

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Whether you are just entering college or already deep in student loans, your 20s can be an important time to manage your money.

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So you have decided to ask that special someone to be a part of the rest of your life, but now what?

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Will you be ready for the spring homebuying season?

The spring season brings a lot of renewal feelings to people as they use this time to look for a new house after being cramped up in their homes over the winter months.

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A popular subject right now is how millennials are spending their money because this generation is just starting to enter its first homebuying period.

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While winter is typically the time when you're concerned about how high your energy bills can be, you can continue to reduce your costs into spring.

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Tips to get you closer to a down​ payment on a home

Numerous people each year plan to save up to put a down​ payment on a new house, but one situation or emergency could detract homebuyers from getting their homes.

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Numerous investors and analysts expect 2015 to be a rebounding year for the housing marketing.

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Why e-filing your taxes is the best bet this year

The dreaded tax season comes once every year and forces people to decide whether to file their taxes online or by paper.

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For those just finishing college, no matter on the age, student loan debt can affect your ability to buy a home.

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5 smart ways to change your finances and earn more money

For some people, no matter how they manage their personal finances, they seem to come up short or constantly live paycheck to paycheck. 

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Financial tips for new college students: Part I

For those halfway through their first year of college or plan to attend next year, there are some important things to consider besides where you'll do your laundry.

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Getting your grandchild started with a savings account

Any person who recently graduated college or plans to attend in the near future will tell you that earning a degree is not getting any cheaper.

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Financial tips for new college students: Part II

As a new college student, tracking your finances can be put on the back burner for homework, studying or hanging out with friends.

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Understanding the importance of your credit score

When you think about financial management, a lot of attention usually sits around your credit score.

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Springtime could bring a homebuying boom

The housing market has seen steady, volatile and slow periods in the last couple of years, but some experts believe the U.S. could see a boost in home sales to first-time homebuyers this spring.

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Buying a home can be a stressful time for both first-timers and seasoned veterans.

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5 tips to keep your personal finances intact while traveling abroad

Planning an international trip is an exciting process that will have you eagerly counting down the days until your departure.

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What are home equity loans?

If your home has gained value over the years since you purchased it and you need access to a large amount of money, you may want to consider a home equity loan.

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Top reasons to open a savings account

Saving money isn't always a top banking priority for consumers.

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Preparing your credit for a home loan application

You're likely aware that your credit standing plays an important role in a lender's decision to approve you for a home loan.

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4 security tips for online banking

These days, technology constantly intersects with our everyday lives.

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Understanding and using your credit score

Once you understand how your credit report is created and what it's used for, you can more easily make informed financial decisions when it matters most.

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I'm A Landmark: Brad Douglass

"Landmark Bank has a deep understanding of business and commerce. They understand the speed of business." – Brad Douglass, Douglass Distributing

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Knowing the true cost of college

Paying for college has never been more complicated, regardless of how expensive it turns out to be for a given family.

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What to look for if you're shopping for health insurance

How to review your health insurance options and make informed choices for your health spending.

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Prepare for financial spring cleaning

Read on for a few tips on how to figure out your financial goals, get in better shape with debt and expenses, and keep building on savings.

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Should you roll over your 401(k)?

A rollover is a common solution for workers who transition between employers with retirement savings funds in place.

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How to make mobile payments safely

It's a good idea for both mobile payment novices and veterans to take a fresh look at these payment options and how to use them safely.

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How certain events could impact your credit score

Certain events and actions can have a positive or negative impact on your credit score. Here's what you need to know about the most common ones.

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Expert advice for your next home search

Buying your first home, and even your second or third, is a major endeavor. Take advantage of expert advice to help along the way.

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Title insurance: What it is and who it's for

Title insurance is a standard part of most home purchases, but it can be a complicated product that buyers and owners should be aware of.

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Buying a car in 2017

How to take advantage of great deals on new and used cars this fall.

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Advice for new credit card users

What to know if you want to make the most out of your first credit card, and why you should have one in the first place.

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Does it pay to pay off your mortgage early?

Putting more cash toward your regular mortgage payments might sound like a good idea, but there are usually better ways to use additional savings.

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Time to relocate? Tips for where and how to move

Moving for a new job, a first home or any other reason can be a great idea if you find ways to make it as affordable as possible.

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How young homebuyers are saving up for down payments

How millennials are saving for down payments today, and why some are setting aside as much as they can to get a great deal on a home.

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What does it really take to retire early?

What does it really take to retire early? Assuming you don't win the lottery, there are many factors to consider before setting your sights on this goal.

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Tips for shopping for cell phones and service plans (part 1)

Keep in mind the basics of cell phone shopping and a few tips on finding the service contract that fits your needs.

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Tips for shopping for cell phones and service plans (part 2)

How to find the cell phone plan that makes the most sense for your needs and budget.

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How to save and what to spend on an engagement ring

It's officially proposal season, so come prepared with this advice about spending on an engagement ring.

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How to budget for a pet

To ensure the health of your pet as well as your household finances, be sure to budget for their care appropriately.

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Getting the best deal on car insurance

Even though most drivers need it and many options exist to find it, car insurance shopping remains a tall order.

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What to know about budgeting apps and personal finance software

Take a look at some of these budgeting tools and how they might fit into your financial routine.

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I'm A Landmark: Creating a Better Way

Opening a new business two days after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005 wasn't ideal, but Charlie Clark didn't let it stop him.

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When and how to negotiate a raise

Salary negotiation is equal parts science and art, with very little in the way of rules to follow

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When to consider a financial advisor

Even if finances aren't the single-biggest topic of discussion in any home, they might be among the most consequential.

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I'm A Landmark: A Firm Foundation

From teacher to home builder – it's not an obvious career path. But for James Green, his professional resume grew out of what he knew and a continuous desire to stay engaged and follow his passion.

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Questions and answers on upcoming tax changes

Here's what you need to know as a major tax reform bill works its way through Congress.

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A comparison between tax software and consulting with a professional

You can't go wrong with either option when filing your taxes.

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I'm A Landmark: Rasor Ranch

Rancher and farmer Bill Rasor on why he is a Landmark Bank client.

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Do you need a home security system?

Knowing common security weak points helps homeowners prioritize the implementation of relatively simple security measures.

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Don't forget about sales tax holidays

What to know about tax-free holidays coming up around the U.S.

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How to help protect against digital theft

The best ways to protect against cybercrime and identity theft.

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Don't overlook a health savings account

How can eligible employees find an HSA that meets their needs? Here are a few key ways experts say can help employees find a high-quality plan.

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Getting your finances ready for homeownership

What to know about credit scores, preapproval, down payments and more before you start searching for your first home.

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What to know about renters insurance

Renters insurance is for more than just apartment dwellers - here's what to know about getting a policy.

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How to prepare for a summer road trip

Before you rush out to fill up and drive off to your dream destination, be sure to get a few things in order first.

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How to protect yourself from wire transfer fraud

Wire transfer fraud has been around for some time, but new cases primarily use email to target unsuspecting customers or business clients.

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Costs involved in a mortgage beyond the purchase price

Courier fees, processing fees, administrative fees, rate-lock fees and broker fees are just a few of the closing cost possibilities.

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How to invest savings into your home

To make the decision on what to fix and how to pay for it, be sure to carefully weigh all the options and pick the most appropriate method to finance these projects.

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How retirees can perform a financial checkup

Navigating the finances of retirement gets a little easier when you have a good idea of what to expect.

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What to know about carrying and spending money abroad

When it comes to carrying and using money while traveling overseas, it pays to know as much as possible before you go.

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What Fed interest rate increases mean for you

The Fed's actions aren't something too many of us need to worry about on a daily basis, but it does help to understand the basics.

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How to talk to your kids about saving money

Developing financial literacy is important at every age.

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Everything you need to know about taxes

Tax season is well underway across the U.S., and with only a few weeks to go until the April 18 deadline, a few of us might already be scrambling to file a return.

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Renovations that increase your home's value

The coming spring and summer might be among the best times in recent memory to get to work on that remodeling project you've been mulling over since the beginning of winter.

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How much home can you afford? Managing down payment costs

As with every financial decision, there are two sides of the coin when it comes to the down payment on a home.

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5 ways to use your tax refund

If you're expecting a tax refund this year, here are a few way to best spend your hard-earned money.

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Can you handle Plutonium in 2017?

If you don't have a credit card, consider signing up for one in 2017 from Landmark Bank.

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8 tax deductions or credits you didn't know existed

Start filing your taxes early so you can claim deductions, including the six deductions you didn't know existed.

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Follow these 6 tips to help you save more money

During America Saves Week 2017, it's time to remember the importance of saving money.

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6 credit card terms you need to know

Every card holder should know about the following terms to avoid confusion and make the most of this financial tool.

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The ins and outs of EMV cards

Here is an overview as to why EMV cards offer greater protection and what it means for you.

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How to set yourself up for the perfect retirement

As helpful as it is to set aside money in a 401(k) and Individual Retirement Account, there's always more you can do to set yourself up for a comfortable retirement.

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Struggling to pay off holiday debt? Here's how you can recover

That first credit card bill following the holidays can be an eye-opener.

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5 date ideas for an affordable and romantic Valentine's Day

Here are five date ideas to consider for an affordable and romantic Valentine's Day.

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How you can prepare for tax season in 5 ways

Landmark Bank is here to help you out with five ways you can prepare to file taxes.

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Are you ready for the big game?

Here are some ways you you can prep for the big game.

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4 reasons you should choose your community bank over big banks

Let's take a look at a few of the main selling points of why the smaller organization is the better option.

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7 affordable hobbies for the winter

This winter, take up an affordable hobby.

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4 real estate trends to watch in 2017

The following trends are worth following because they may influence how you handle the homebuying process.

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6 tips to help you plan the best winter trip

If you're ready to head book a trip while it's still cold outside, here are six tips to help you make the most of a winter trip.

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2017 savings goals for every age group

In 2017, you should focus on improving your finances. 

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5 tips to help you avoid charity scams

Unfortunately, fake organizations are out that will try to take advantage of your charitable spirit and scam you out of money. If you're going to make a donation, here are five tips to help you avoid charity scams.

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How can I consolidate my debt with a personal loan?

One way to achieve financial freedom: debt consolidation.

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Isn't it time you became a Landmark?

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Turn to equity for home improvements

Poor insulation and other parts of your house will have to be fixed one day. Luckily, there's a method available for you to use to help you afford these fixes.

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Here are some best practices to help protect your identity and finances no matter where you find yourself.

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Protect your mobile device following these 5 methods

While mobile devices are helpful, you also have to use a bit of caution when owning one.

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The benefits of taking out a mortgage with a local bank

You should go to a local financial institution, such as Landmark Bank, for your mortgage.

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How you can protect yourself online in 4 ways

No matter if you're banking online or shopping, security should always remain a top priority.

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Looking for an auto loan? Head to your bank

Whether you're new to the car buying process or an experienced buyer, consider heading to your local bank for an auto loan to help you purchase the car you have your eyes on.

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To help you get the most out of your fall adventures, you might be interested in purchasing a motorcycle.

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What are the differences between leasing and buying a car?

When you find yourself in need of a vehicle and are tired of borrowing your parents' or friend's car, it's time to consider obtaining your own.

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3 budget-friendly vacation destinations

Everyone needs a vacation throughout the year.

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The benefits of eliminating credit card debt with a personal loan

If you have the credit card debt piling up, you may want to consider taking out a personal loan to get your finances in order and find some relief.

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Financial management becomes an important lesson for students.

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Spend wisely during your summer trip

During your upcoming summer vacation, it's important to remember to relax while not breaking the bank.

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How does Brexit affect my finances?

Now is the time to start thinking about how Brexit will affect you and your wallet.

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The homebuying process is one that can't be rushed. You have to put in the time to find the right home based off important factors, such as cost and the size of the property.

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Your credit scores is a three digit number that has to be a top financial priority.

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Payday loans are rarely the best option and are an easy way to pay more than what you borrowed.

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Here are some ways you can still plan your dream wedding without piling up the debt.

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The first step when planning for retirement is understanding what options you have.

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Charley Blackmore knows more about Columbia than just about anyone.

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Refinancing your mortgage can help you save money.

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A credit card trick to pay off debt

If you're looking to eliminate existing credit card quickly and save money, transferring a balance to a new line of credit may be the solution for you.

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These 4 factors will influence your mortgage's interest rates

Buyers looking to purchase a home in the near future will benefit by knowing what factors will influence the interest rate on their mortgage.

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3 reasons to start saving for summer vacation

Whether you're planning a vacation in June or August, now is the time to start saving.

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The top benefits of Internet and mobile banking

Mobile and Internet banking offer many benefits that are of great help when you always find yourself on the move.

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The differences between a fixed and adjustable rate mortgage

When you decide to buy a home, you have to choose between two mortgage options.

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What you need to look for when buying a home

The homebuying process is extensive, and there are many things you should keep an eye out for when beginning your search.

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When is it the right time to buy a home?

You will know when it's time to buy a home.

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A remodeling approach to boost your home's value

You'll have to consider various remodeling projects to boost your home's value.

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Invest your first $5000

If you're ready to invest your first $5,000, there are multiple ways to do so.

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Buying vs. renting: Which is right for you?

With the spring homebuying season ready to kick into high gear, there are plenty of factors to consider if you're looking to buy a home.

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With good savings habits, students can afford their next spring break vacation.

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Questions to ask before retirement

Retirement is a big decision, and as such, you will want to ask yourself plenty of questions.

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How higher interest rates affect savings

Interest rate increases will have an effect on savings accounts and investments.

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Bank cards offer better usage benefits

Bank cards offer more benefits over time than do store-associated card.

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Easy and useful ways to pay back friends and family

Mobile applications make it easy to pay friends and family.

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How to properly use a 401(k)

You'll want to start building your retirement funds through a 401(k), if you haven't already. But you should keep in mind there is a proper way to go about taking full advantage of the retirement account.

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Credit card users to ignore $152M in rewards

Credit card customers won't use their cards this holiday season and will miss out on $152 million in rewards.

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Simplify your finances in 2016

There are multiple ways to simply your finances in order to better manage investments and savings.

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Choosing the right credit card

Choose a new credit card by first deciding how you want to use it, and which type of rewards you want to earn.

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Savings don't always have to be extreme or difficult. In fact, you'll have great success by making even the smallest of changes.

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Parents should start saving money for their child's college education to help protect them from falling into large amounts of debt later in life.

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Healthy financial habits for the new year

Start new financial habits in the new year to help pay off debts and avoid financial hiccups.

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Newlyweds make common money mistakes which can be easily avoided.

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Money management for new college grads

New graduates can manage their money better using these simple tricks.

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The upcoming interest rate hike will affect the economy and bank users everywhere. Before the Fed makes its final decision, understand how higher interest rates will affect your credit card debt, mortgage payments and savings account.

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Mobile banking and check-writing tips for millennials

Mobile and online banking is changing the game, along with millennials. 

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Protect yourself while shopping online this holiday season

Holiday shopping is fun for many, but above all, everyone has to remain safe when shopping online.

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Be prepared with great tips on when and where to shop online for the best deals this holiday season.

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Millennials: 4 tips for efficiently paying off your student debt

Many millennials would prefer to sell an organ rather than pay off their student loans. 

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5 tips to help holiday shoppers manage their spending

Spending big this holiday season? We've got 5 tips to help you manage your shopping this year.

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Millennials starting to save for retirement: 401(k)s vs. Roth IRAs

Millennials need to get a jump on their savings: Fortunately, Roth IRAs and 401(k)s are here to help. 

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Millennials: Saving outside the box

Times are changing, and so is the American Dream. 

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How to keep sensitive information safe in cyberspace

It's more important than ever before to take precautions and keep your personal information safe online. 

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Technology is changing the way we use checks

The digital age is spurring spurring progression for traditional banking methods. 

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Steps to take if your identity is compromised

Never take any chances when it comes to preventative measures associated with identity theft. 

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4 tips for saving big as a young adult

Four tips can help you start saving, and get you on your way to your first home.

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How to stay safe and secure when shopping online

We've got a few pro tips for securely shopping online. 

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3 tips to help millennials build and improve their credit

Millennials are transitioning and need to build credit. We've got some tips to building or improving your credit score. 

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The sharing economy is providing many financial opportunities

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Depositing checks has never been easier thanks to mobile banking.

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There are some relocation associated when moving to a new job.

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Consumers need to know how to avoid credit-building scams.

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The importance of automatic savings

Automatic savings accounts is a helpful financial tool to utilize.

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Managing ACH risk

Five ACH risk management areas financial institutions and businesses need to check. 

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Strong security measures are needed when utilizing online banking. 

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What is an ideal number of bank accounts?

The ideal number of bank accounts changes with age.

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Students should look to save money whenever they can.

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Easily manage finances with these services

Try these services to easily manage your finances.

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Financial planning after a divorce is important for stability. 

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Many parents are not properly planning their finances.

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New hires need to understand good savings habits

It's important for young employees to understand good saving habits.

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It's important to develop good financial habits when starting your first career. 

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You can provide financial support and information to your son or daughter as they plan for their first major purchase. 

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Internet Banking is the most popular financial management method

Whether you want to open a checking account online, get updates on your balances or transfer funds, you are among many Americans who like to do all their banking through the Internet.

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The Landmark Internet Banking advantage

These days, there are many ways to access your checking and savings account information, including online banking.

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