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Tips and Savings Incentives

Marquette Bank CelebratesAmerica Saves Weekby Offering Tips and Savings Incentives Neighborhoodbank participates in national campaignto promote savings – Feb. 27 through March 2, 2013 Orland Park, IL (Feb.11, 2013) – Marquette Bank, a locally-owned neighborhood bank, is observing America Saves … Continue reading

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IF YOU CAN SAVE MONEY

IF YOU CAN SAVE MONEY, WHY WOULDN’T YOU? If all Medicare supplement plans with the same letter (for example “F” & “G”) are exactly the same, no matter which company you buy it from, why would you spend more money? … Continue reading

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Medicare Supplements Get High Marks

By Ron Spivack Nine in 10 seniors enrolled in Medicare supplements say they are satisfied with their coverage and the vast majority (91 percent) says they’d recommend the coverage to a friend or relative when they turn 65, a survey … Continue reading

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Jim Flanagan is Packing for Retirement

  Jim Flanagan, Author of “Packing for Retirement- A practical guide for people 50-70 preparing for retirement” will give an informative and lively discussion about all things retirement at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Oak Park Arms, 408 … Continue reading

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Repositioning current assets to establish or increase a cash reserve

What is current asset repositioning? Repositioning of current assets refers to using certain assets you now own as a potential source of cash reserve funds.  These are assets that are either in cash form (e.g., a savings account) or that … Continue reading

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