Financial Education Center

The Presidential Election and the Tax Landscape

As the nation waits, it may be worthwhile to consider the candidates’ tax platform and what good wealth planning may look like in light of proposed changes.

Vote With Your Ballot, Not With Your Wallet

Election Day in the U.S. has come and gone once again and while the full outcome may still be uncertain, one thing we can count on is that plenty of opinions and predictions will be floated in the days ahead surrounding the vote.

Are You Ready for the $1,000 Holiday Price Tag? Find out if the Equity in Your House Can Help

If you’re looking to get your home holiday ready with home improvement projects, you’ll need to have a plan of how you’re going to pay for it.

Don’t Let Cybercriminals Into Your Business: Protecting Your Business Against Cybercrime

Unfortunately, cybercriminal activity, including phishing scams, fraud, and hacking has grown considerably throughout the pandemic. Given the strain on resources, not all businesses have the budgets to retain a team of cybersecurity experts.

First Bank Commits to Technology in Education

Throughout its 100 year history, First Bank has been committed to being a responsible corporate neighbor and an active member of the communities in which it serves.

A Word from Michael Dierberg: First Bank Celebrates Family Businesses

At First Bank, we are committed to supporting the growth and sustainability of the family-owned business sector, as well as their employees, so they may continue to thrive and grow through the generations.