Live Well, Bank Well
Successful budgeting the 50/20/30 way
If you struggle to stick to your financial resolutions in the new year, you’re not alone. By February each year, many people have given up on their money goals and settled back into their old habits.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.
Just as we’d walk you around one of our branches and give you a tour, we’d like to take a few moments to walk through four app features we designed with you in mind.
The Bank of Missouri has ITMs at most 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.
✔ New Business Idea
✔ Business Plan
✔ Business Financing ?
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.
Starting a business can be frightening. There are plenty of horror stories about new companies that opened their doors one season, only to close the next. But as the air becomes colder and jack-o’-lanterns light up the night, your new venture can have a sweet ending when you avoid these hair-raising mistakes.
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.
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.Read more:
I want to share something with all of you on the value of having a “method.”
Adrian Breen played college football for the Morehead State Eagles and went on to play for the Cincinnati Bengals in 1987. Now, he’s CEO at The Bank of Missouri.
Have you ever walked up to a watermelon stand with over a hundred watermelons and wondered how to pick the right one? Have you ever looked at a watermelon and thought they are simply green on the outside with stripes and red on the inside?
The health and well-being of our employees, customers and communities is always a top priority for us. As such, we are closely monitoring this developing situation and are following updates from the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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.Read more:
Many people fall victim to fraud each year and it’s disappointing to know there are people who actively devise ways to try to steal your identity, get access to your bank account, hijack your Social Security number, and more.
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.
While you count down the days until you can unwrap presents, criminals count the ways they can take your money. Thieves often act like innocent elves to trick you into giving them your bank account details and other personal information. But you can stop them when you know what to look for. Stay alert to these five scams to keep your holidays merry and bright.
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.
Colder weather may have you reaching for cozy pajamas, socks, and even an ugly sweater or two.
When credit card and student loan payments eat up most of your income, saving money for the future can be hard.
You’ve carefully weighed the pros and cons of buying a house vs. renting. You’ve watched HGTV nonstop. You’ve even planned your perfect modern farmhouse look. Now, it’s time to figure out how to pay for your home. Here, we share seven tips first-time home buyers need to know.