Happy Heartland Holidays

Ho ho ho, it’s time to think about holiday dough!  Robin and Jamie are back with smart money tips to to help you survive Black Friday and beyond!   After all, ’tis always the season for sound financial advice.

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  1. David Phillips said:

    I am glad to see a promotion that shows us how to spend wisely and also to spend locally. Thank you for the great tips!

    at 10:11 am on November 24, 2015
  2. Maureen Calabrese said:

    It is nice to put a face to a name. Thanks for the info. I have been a Heartland CU member since the 1980’s before it was Heartland. 🙂

    at 10:12 am on November 24, 2015
  3. Josh said:

    What a fun video for the Holidays. Hopefully we all have a fun and safe holiday season making memories with friends and family! The shared secured loan seems like a great option. Thanks Heartland CU!

    at 10:59 am on November 24, 2015
  4. Dorla A Seeger said:

    Heartland C>U> is always here for me. You have helped me out of a lot of computer messes. I also like how you promote Small Businesses in our area.
    When we have car loan needs we have gotten them easily. I also like the ease of Auto Pay.

    at 11:16 am on November 24, 2015
  5. Dean Bossenbroek said:

    It’s good to see people having fun at work. I like the positive attitudes Heartland employees display, when I go to the branch offices on Willy Street and West Wash.

    at 3:46 pm on November 24, 2015
  6. Terry Armentrout said:

    Wish I would have watched video before I had to buy a new hot water heater!! I did not realize all the options available.

    at 4:12 pm on November 24, 2015
  7. Julia B said:

    Yep. ALL my money will be spent locally this season. I especially support woman-owned businesses in the city of Madison.

    at 4:49 pm on November 24, 2015
  8. Sarina said:

    home equity lines of credit are amazing. we used one when remodeling our house and then refinanced. So easy!

    at 6:10 pm on November 27, 2015

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