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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Do You Need $1 Million for Retirement?

By Rick Schramm Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending, NMLS #662906 Reality is, you will likely need the $1 million portfolio. In his book, You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think, Wes Moss outlines the $1,000 per Month Rule. The rule is this: For every $1,000 per month you want to have at your disposal in…
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Our staff shops local. Saves big with BaZing.

By Kelly Raison AVP, Branch Manager, NMLS #662902 If you haven’t started using the BaZing perks that come with INB checking accounts, you are missing out. Our bank staff makes a conscious effort to take advantage of the benefits offered to them. Here are three stories from colleagues who have saved big with BaZing when…
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INB helps to create a financially savvy younger generation

By Kelly Raison AVP, Branch Manager, NMLS#662902 One of my favorites parts of the day while working at INB’s Chatham branch is when young children come through the doors carrying jars filled with the coins and dollars they have collected through chores and allowances. What I’ve found through years of banking and parenting is that…
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Podcasts Open Minds to Innovation

By Natalie Dodson Assistant Vice President, Mortgage Lending NMLS #574151 Podcasts aren’t new – they’ve been around for at least a decade, actually – but the popularity of podcasts has exploded in the last year or two as digital media use continues to increase. Podcasts allow us the opportunity to plug into a certain topic…
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Start Young: How to Teach Kids about Money Management

By Christopher M. Parks, CFP® INB Senior Vice President Overspending and debt accumulation seem to have become the culturally accepted norm for many, leading to a downward spiral where families often feel strained by bills and struggle to save for the future. Because of this, financial expert and best-selling author Dave Ramsey and his daughter…
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Act on Those Resolutions

By Kelley Himmelberg VP, Director of Human Resources Whether you decide on New Year’s resolutions or you’re prone to goal-setting at the turn of the year, you’re probably exploring some of the common themes in which many people want to see improvement in their lives. Maybe you’re focusing on living more healthfully this year, or…
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Resolution Planning Starts Now

By Lindsay Van Zele Communications Coordinator It’s hard to eat right over the holidays. But the holidays also give us a little more time to relax and plan for the year ahead. Erin Spenner, a Registered Dietitian for Memorial Weight Loss & Wellness Center, has been helping INB employees plan for that “eat right” or…
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