Customers Encouraged to Trade in Coins

7/20/2020 by Marilyn Titone Schaefer

When I think about money, I don’t see coins. After all, it takes lots and lots of coins to equal one nice, neat pile of hundred dollar bills. If given a choice, I’ll take the cash over the coin! That’s not to say a pile of coins can’t be worth something. I learned recently that an old coffee can filled with coins can be worth $347 – and that’s after all the quarters were removed for trips to the car wash.

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All It Takes is a Little Change to Help Your Community

4/24/2020 by Pat Phalen

Financial health is something INB thinks about every day. We encourage people to save. We tell them: a little change can go a long way. We’ve seen kids squirrel away birthday checks to one day buy a bike. We’ve seen organizations turn pennies into thousands of dollars. And every day, we see customers save for things on their wish lists through a program we call Pocket Change.

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IRAs Savings Can Have a Big Impact Now and Later

2/21/2020 by Kelly Raison

As they say, the best time to start saving for retirement is yesterday. So there’s no time to waste in making your IRA deposits for the year!

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Here’s How to Open a New Checking or Savings Account at INB

12/20/2019 by Darcy Marr

When we say we make banking easy, we mean everything from complex processes like mortgage loans to creating a new account.

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Giving, Getting Makes Committee Work, Work

8/28/2018 by Illinois National Bank

We’ve all heard the adage, “You get out what you put in.” With that in mind, a number of INB employees have accepted positions on Illinois Bankers Association committees. These committee positions give them access to people and insights they might not get as a more passive member.

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