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Independent Bank Blog

Keep up-to-date on the latest trends you need to know in banking, as well as our exciting involvement in your local community.

 

Wedding Debt

Did You Know 74% of Couples Go Into Debt for Their Wedding? 
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What is Kakiebo?

Kakiebo: The Japanese Art of Budgeting
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Home Value

Are Your Style Choices Decreasing the Value of Your Home?
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Retirement Planning

Five Steps Every Retiree Must Take Before They Hang Up Their Work Belt
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Closing on a House

What Steps Do You Need to Take to Ensure Your Home Closing Goes off Without a Hitch?
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Venture Capital

Funding a Business: The Venture Capital Myth
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We offer competitive rates for checking accounts, savings accounts, certificates of deposit (CDs), and mortgages. 

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Gain access to our videos—learn about how Independent Bank is helping customers, inspiring employees, and investing in our communities.

Mortgage Do's & Don'ts

We know that the mortgage process can seem overwhelming, but at Independent Bank, it’s our goal to make this process as seamless as possible.

ACH Autopay Form

Automatic Transfer Request For Loans

Checkbook Register Worksheet

Download Checkbook Register Worksheet

Graduation Checklist

A checklist for college-bound graduates, plus financial tips

Identity Theft Affidavit

A voluntary form for filing a report with law enforcement, and disputes with credit reporting agencies and creditors about identity theft-related problems. Visit identitytheft.gov to use a secure online version that you can print for your records.

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