Why Refinance Your Home?

When you refinance your home, you are replacing your current home loan with a new one. This new mortgage comes with a new term and interest rate, which can lead to lower monthly payments or the ability to pay off your home more quickly. Ultimately, refinancing your home is an opportunity to save money on your mortgage.

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How a Consumer Mortgage Loan Differs from a Commercial Real Estate Loan

Many young and eager business owners apply for a commercial real estate loan with a misconception that the process is similar to a consumer mortgage loan. But there are notable differences between the mortgage real estate loan process and the consumer commercial loan process you should be aware of before you apply for a loan to support your growing business. 

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Save for Your Health: What is an HSA?

HSA stands for Health Savings Account and is a savings account you can use to pay medical expenses with tax benefits. HSA's are more popular than ever. In fact, HSA assets reached nearly $66 billion in 2019, a 23 percent increase from the end of 2018. And the number of accounts grew 13 percent from the previous year, with over 28 million HSAs now open. Many employers that offer high-deductible health plans also offer HSAs and may even contribute to these accounts. But even if your employer does not, you can open one on your own as long as you have a qualifying health plan.

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Citizens Bank Sponsors the Aspire Women's Leadership Series

Citizens Bank is proud to be a title sponsor of the Aspire Women's Leadership Series as part of our unwavering commitment to our Central Indiana community. Aspire believes when businesspeople are united, educated, and equipped with excellent relationships and resources, they can realize their full potential. Aspire hosts their series to support and strengthen women leaders as they pursue business success and career advancement.

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