Live Well, Bank Well
What it means to pay yourself first
Through the Allpoint Network, Bank of Missouri customers have access to more than 55,000 ATMs worldwide.Read more:
Zelle® is a fast, safe and easy way to send and receive money with people you trust, like your babysitter, your fellow PTA mom, your son’s soccer coach, or your coworker.
With the dramatic change in the landscape of everyday life, many consumers have begun reevaluating how they shop and even how they pay for things.
The Bank of Missouri has ITMs available at all of our branches. You may be asking, “What exactly is an ITM?” ITM stands for Interactive Teller Machine. We like to say, “The ATM just got REAL.” An ITM lets you talk to a live teller from the convenience of your car.
The holidays are in full swing. The halls–decked, holiday music—flowing, and favorite scents and candles—burning. It is truly one of the best times of the year. Still, hidden beneath the cheer, there are many of us who are thinking about holiday spending.
Some partnerships are just special, like The Bank of Missouri’s partnerships with farmers. For 35 years, Regional Bank President Paul Gard has worked hand-in-hand with the agriculture community. When you see him working with farmers like Donny DeLine, you can tell their relationship is built on trust.Read more:
Small business owners often focus on improving their products or services and increasing their customer base. It makes sense. Businesses need something to sell and someone to buy it, or they won’t be in business for long.
Email and online payment systems are just a few of the tools small businesses use to increase efficiency when working with employees, customers, and vendors. But each time you send an email or log in to an online account, you may be exposing your business to a cyberattack.
As a successful entrepreneur, you want to do more than survive. You want to thrive. And figuring out how to grow a business at a satisfactory rate can be challenging. Fortunately, small business owners have options when deciding how to grow a company, even in competitive environments.
With the news cycle surrounding the banking industry, many consumers are following the media and wondering about the stability of our economy and what the news means to them personally. As the CEO of a long-standing community bank and chairman-elect of the Missouri Bankers Association, let me assure you that Missouri’s community banking industry remains strong and resilient. I want to take some time to sort through what makes community banks different from the large, niche banks you’re seeing in the headlines. I’ll also explain additional bank services that are available to you as a customer to help you feel confident about your accounts.Read more:
The Bank of Missouri (TBOM) is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its Central Region Advisory Board. Jon Ihler, Gina Rende and Nathan Jones bring the board to a total of ten members.
“One relationship at a time” is a phrase heard often at The Bank of Missouri. That’s because the Bank was founded on the principles of relationship-building 130 years ago. Through relationships, we empower our community with the resources they need to thrive.
The Bank of Missouri congratulates Adrian Breen on his 5-year work anniversary! Adrian serves as CEO and President at The Bank of Missouri.
This is the story of how opening a wrong drawer led to reclaiming a lost piece of local history. Had the content in the drawer been less compelling, or the opener of the drawer been less curious, we wouldn’t be where we are. But as it turns out, Denise Lincoln is the one who opened that drawer.
If someone tells you to send yourself money with Zelle®, don’t. Even if they say they are from The Bank of Missouri. It’s a scam!Read more:
You’ve probably heard of phishing. But do you really know what it is - and more importantly, how to protect yourself from falling victim to it?
Our goal here at The Bank of Missouri is to help you Live Well, Bank Well, and part of that goal includes partnering with you to help safeguard your funds and your personal information. In this article, we will share with you some of the more common types of fraud that can potentially victimize you, your friends, and your family.
Debit card safety is foundational to financial management, but not everyone knows how to keep their card safe from fraud. Even if you’ve used a debit card for decades, technology evolves quickly and there are likely new safety measures you’re not yet aware of.
It’s sad, but there are people trying to get something for nothing and looking for the easiest way to obtain financial gain. Financial assets are a prime target for many get-rich-quick schemes. Individuals tend to be prone to fraud with weaker defenses and less complicated “hoops” to jump through than a business or financial institution have.
Winter is here. While the weather outside isn’t necessarily frightful, reducing the expense of staying warm can be delightful.Read more:
Why is saving money such hard work? You’ve already tried cutting or reducing some of your expenses. You’re putting the cash saved each month toward your financial goals. But trimming expenses only gets you so far.
With winter barely behind us, it may seem too soon to start thinking of saving for summer vacation. Road trips with the family and choosing your next swimsuit are a far cry from the 3-foot icicles some of us had hanging from our porches last month. But as you know, reaching your financial goals is all about planning ahead, especially if you want to go anywhere this summer. It’s like Benjamin Franklin once said: “If you fail to plan, you can plan to fail.”
Checking accounts are the Swiss Army knives of financial tools. They offer a safe, convenient way to track your income and expenses, pay your bills, and stick to your budget.