All Bell Bank locations and offices will be closed Monday, January 18, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. With the federal holiday, transactions after close of branch on Friday, January 15, will be processed on Tuesday, January 19.
A 401(k) plan is an easy way to set aside money for retirement because it happens automatically. While simple and automatic, it’s not entirely hands-off. Here are 5 things you can do to make the most of your 401(k) plan.
If you’re finally ready to buy your dream car, you know this won’t be an ordinary purchase. It’s not a basic vehicle, so don’t settle for basic auto coverage. Doesn’t your dream car deserve the best? Here are some options you may want to consider.
Fall at the lake means cooler nights, one last s’more roast by the campfire and the dreaded close-up checklist as the colorful leaves fall from the trees. We’ve built a checklist to make the process as quick and painless as possible.
Most of us never think our 4-legged friends would ever bite somebody. But accidents do happen. And as much as they’re part of the family, our dogs are still animals. Even the sweetest dogs can feel the need to defend themselves if they feel scared or threatened.
New drivers, particularly young drivers, have higher insurance rates for 2 reasons: inexperience behind the wheel and immaturity.
Just like anyone attempting to master a new skill, teen drivers tend to make mistakes and take risks that more experienced drivers likely wouldn’t. When it comes to insurance, increased risk translates to increased rates.
5 Important Truths You Need to Know About Long-Term Care Insurance
Many people think they can’t afford long-term care insurance – or if they don’t need it, they’re just throwing money out the window. I want to shed some light on these myths and let you know 5 important truths about long-term care insurance.
No one expects to be sued. But the truth is, more than 40 million lawsuits are filed every year in the United States, the U.S. Financial Education Foundation estimates. Lawsuits – even frivolous claims – have cost people their financial assets.
There’s no doubt – insuring a new driver can be costly.
New drivers, particularly young drivers, need years to learn to avoid simple mistakes on the road. In fact, statistics show teenage drivers have more accidents than any other age groups.
Buying a car for a teen driver takes strategy. It might be easier to buy the cheap model down the road or give a hand-me-down from an older sibling or grandparent, but that might not be the best option for a new driver.
Prepping your cabin or lake home for summer use should involve more than getting the building ready for occupancy. For fun in the sun instead of frustration over vacation, think about updating your lake home insurance policy, too.
5 Things You May Not Know About Tires.
Okay, maybe tires aren't the most interesting topic of conversation, but taking care of your tires can not only save you money - it can also save your life. In 2017, 738 people died in tire-related car crashes, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports.