First State Bank provides sensible logic to aid in the overall health of your finances.
Reasons why you should take care of your most valuable asset-your credit score.
(Summer 2015) "Why Your Credit Score Matters" In printable PDF.
Simple solutions to help put your financial documents in order.
(Spring 2015) "Decluttering Your Financial Life" In printable PDF.
Tips on how to conquer the holiday shopping season.
(Winter 2014) "Urge to Splurge" In printable PDF.
How to keep your personal information safe.
(Fall 2014) Protect Yourself from a Security Breach. In printable PDF.
Tips on how to manage your debt wisely.
(Summer 2014) Get Fit - The key to finanical fitness is managing your debt wisely. In printable PDF.
Tips for finanical health throughout your life.
(Spring 2014) Finanicially Planning Through LIfe's Stages. In printable PDF.
Support Local Everything. Make an Impact on our Community
(Winter 2013) Think Local. Buy Local. Be Local. In printable PDF.
Tips for smarter saving.
(Fall 2013) 12 (Almost) Painless Ways to Save Money. In printable PDF.
Tips for teaching your children the value of saving.
(Summer 2013) Teach Your Children Dollars and Sense. A Lesson in Real Values. In printable PDF.
What a homebuyer can expect when purchasing a home.
(Spring 2013) Buying or refinancing? The time is right - but oh how the process has changed. In printable PDF.
A Debt-Free Holiday Season is Possible.
(Winter 2012) How to Plan for a Debt-Free Holiday Season and Beyond, in printable PDF.
How to improve or establish a credit score.
(Fall 2012) Your Credit Score: The number that helps determine your financial Fate., in printable PDF.
Tips on how you can make your money work for you as you plan your retirement.
(Summer 2012) A Man Is Not a Plan and Other Retirement Tips in printable PDF.
Obvious and obscure ways to stay safe in this ultra-connected world.
(Spring 2012) Seven ways to leave your lover, cyber lover, that is., in printable PDF.
When to use a credit card instead of a debit card.
(Winter 2011) Weigh before you pay: Debit or Credit Card?, in printable PDF.