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The decision about whether to purchase a home is a big one, likely the largest financial investment of your life. It’s important to get it right, both for your finances and your lifestyle.
Your personal information is at risk every time you write it down or post it online. It’s critically important for your financial security that you take some simple steps to secure your information.
Health care costs have tripled since 2001, which is more than five times the rate of inflation. This begs the question, what can I do to plan and budget for the unexpected expenses?
Clink your champagne glass, blow your noisemaker. Happy New Year!
When should you teach your children about money? An increasing number of studies suggest that it should be when they are very young.
Born in Helena in 1922, the business now known as Opportunity Bank of Montana, Member FDIC/ Equal Housing Lender, turns the big 9-5 this month. Nearly a century has passed and the business has grown, but the commitment to Montana communities remains the same.
These days, referring to your relationship with your bank as “mobile banking” is like talking about “sports” bars and “smart” phones – redundant and unnecessary. Banking is mobile, and every day more people access their bank through their phones. The number of people using mobile banking quadrupled to 45 million from 2012 to 2014, according to Bankrate. It is estimated at more than 100 million users today.
Missoula isn’t always known for celebrities hanging out around every corner, but that all changes on June 28 at Fort Missoula Regional Park.
As young people enter adulthood and are asked to make increasingly complex decisions involving their finances, it is more important than ever that we teach our children about money. Exposing our next generation to banking, budgeting, and investing at an early age will better prepare them to make sound financial decisions as adults.
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