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Bankers group offers holiday shopping tips

            INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Bankers Association has issued a series of holiday shopping tips to protect consumers from thieves looking to take advantage of the chaos of Black Friday.             When shopping in public places, shop during daylight hours or park in a well-lit, high-traffic area; leave personal valuables at home or else locked […]

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First Financial renovation completed

            HIGHLAND – First Financial Bank has completed a major renovation on its 45th Street Banking Center. The project included a new interior design, new teller lines, and a revamped 10-lane drive-through that includes two full-service ATMs.             “As we continue to grow in this area, the upgrades will allow us to serve clients faster

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IUN hosts financial education expo

            GARY – Indiana University Northwest will host a free financial education expo, “Money, Money, Money,” from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23, in the Morraine Center Lobby and Raintree Hall.             The expo is for children as young as 7 up to adults. Workshops will focus on maximizing savings, alternatives to foreclosure,

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Centier names central Indiana VP

            INDIANAPOLIS – Patrick Raftery of Indianapolis has joined Centier Bank as vice president of business banking. He will be responsible for businesses in Indianapolis and central Indiana.             Raftery has 28 years of banking experience. He is a graduate of Indiana University and received his MBA from Butler University. He spent 11 years in

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Bankers Association urges fiscal basics

            INDIANAPOLIS – Teaching children the financial basics is important, but they are not often taught those basics in school, according to the Indiana Bankers Association.             Financial literacy is important for not only future business leaders, but for customers as well. Children as young as 4 realize money is important, but they don’t understand

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