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Dream Big: Blue Haven Barn

Amanda Nelson, founder and owner of Blue Haven in Sioux Falls, South Dakota came up with an idea, put together a plan, and assembled a team. Fast forward: her company is winning awards.

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How gratitude actually grows your financial well-being

Gratitude helps us appreciate who and what fulfills our lives. But growing research also shows gratitude’s benefits stretch beyond feeling good. It improves our health, relationships with other people, and our financial well-being.

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6 quick tips to save money on grocery shopping

The average American spends a quarter of their income on groceries. That is a big slice of your monthly budget. Everyone is looking for ways to cut down their food spending, so here are six quick tips to help you cut down your grocery bill.

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Dream Big: Fortune Transportation

Fortune Transportation, Windom, Minnesota, found its success by specializing and serving the specific needs of a defined set of customers. In the business world, this niche strategy, can serve a business well but often hard to adhere to when planning for growth for the long-term.

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Dream Big: Gag Sheet Metal

Owning a business comes with great responsibility. Taking over a family business that’s been around for over 100 years adds yet another layer of complexity. Learn a few tips from Gag Sheet Metal located in New Ulm, Minnesota.

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What types of business loans are there?

  The right type of financing can help you achieve your dreams and goals as a business owner. There are many different types of business loans specifically for businesses that are designed to fulfill certain needs. While a professional loan officer can help you pick the right financing option for your business’s requirements, start here…
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6 types of fraud in business

Fraud is serious business. The best way to protect your business from fraud and corruption is to understand the risks and put preventative measures in place.

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4 types of helpful tools every small business needs to start up

You may be starting a business with your own drive, passion, and talents. But you’ll need some critical business tools to keep it going. Luckily, there are plenty of options to help you stay on track of anything business-related, from cash flow to communication. Here’s our breakdown of the essential tools you need to make your business run like a machine.

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Stressing over money? Here are 3 ways to mindfully manage your finances

With uncertainties in the economy, constantly-changing markets, and huge life changes, it’s get caught in an anxiety spiral. But you’re not alone. Everyone’s financial situation is unique and needs specific solutions. But there are steps you can take to care of your mind when you’re dealing with financial stress.

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Importance of profit and loss statements

A profit and loss statement is a necessary summary of business operations and it is important to understand it from creation to completion. The P&L along with other financial documents are useful when requesting financing.

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The value of cash management services

A company’s financial stability relies on effective and efficient cash management and the overall, long-term success of a business is heavily dependent on these kinds of financial services. Not every solution will be the same so talk to your business banker to learn what will work the best for your business’s long-term goals.

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What is a Health Savings Account

Health savings accounts, explained

What is a Health Savings Account or HSA? HSAs are tax-free investment accounts designed to help people pay for future medical costs, like deductibles and co-pays. It goes hand-in-hand with your health insurance coverage and functions like a checking account to pay for your health-related expenses.

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