Now is the perfect time to assess your home’s energy efficiency. An energy-efficient home can keep your family comfortable, save you money and make your home more attractive to buyers when you sell. Whether you take simple steps or make larger investments, you’ll likely decrease your average utility bill. Over time, those savings will automatically put money back in your pocket – and could end up paying for the cost of improvements!
Account Hijacking is the fastest growing form of identity theft, and it can have the most devastating effect. Some 2 million people are victimized each year. Click here to view the full Account Hijacking & Identity Theft brochure.
United Bank & Trust Company is seeking a full time loan/executive assistant at their Hampton office. A qualified applicant must be computer proficient, detail oriented and able to multi-task. In addition to loan processing and clerical duties secondary tasks include receptionist and teller duties. Legal background or accounting experience is a plus.
UBTC offers competitive pay and an excellent benefit package. Send resume with cover letter to:
Larry Miller, Vice-President United Bank & Trust Company 400 Central Ave. East, P.O. Box 555 Hampton, IA 50441
As you're considering your New Year's resolutions for 2014, don't forget to think about your money. The New Year is a great time to assess your finances, gain control and stick to a new budget or saving plan. Taking control of your personal finances will allow you to save and prepare for unexpected expenses. Here are some tips to help you get started:
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