Surveys and Quizzes Can Put Your Personal Information at Risk

By Charlie Kerwin Senior Vice President, Information Security Officer When you’re scrolling through social media sites at night on the couch, it’s tempting to want to join in those little surveys or quizzes that pop up in your feed. Or to chime in your answer without a second thought when you see a Facebook page…
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Employees Celebrate Flourishing Friendships

By Kelley Himmelberg Director of Human Resources Courtney Bentley’s favorite memory during her tenure as deposit operations specialist at INB is joining her coworkers for a Secret Santa project at Salvation Army. “The best part about it was the way the customers were so appreciative of us. I remember two particular ladies: one started to…
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With Planning, the Money Will Take Care of Itself

By Rick Schramm Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending A friend shared a story with me about a conversation he had with his late father. My friend was debating whether to spend money to take a possible trip. His dad responded, “Take the trip – at a certain point, the money takes care of itself.” Interesting,…
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