Archive - 2018

  • Midwest Heritage Announces Recipients of 2019 Youth Heifer Program

    posted on Thursday, November 08, 2018 Five individuals were selected and will each be awarded three bred heifers. The recipients are: Carley Fagan (Adair County), Ava Johnson (Lucas County), Halley Brown (Madison County), Cooper Oberbroeckling (Warren County), and Spencer Wallace (Wayne County).

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  • Managing Finances While a Family Member is Enlisted or Overseas

    posted on Friday, November 02, 2018 November is Military Family Month, and as we show appreciation for the sacrifices those in the military make, it's important not to forget the unique challenges they face, such as serving overseas or being deployed in conflict zones. Those challenges also impact the service members' ability to effectively manage their finances while also dealing with the other stresses that come with military life.

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  • Tips for Avoiding Online Dating Scams

    posted on Tuesday, October 09, 2018 Social media networks and dating websites have become increasingly popular tools for meeting and communicating. Unfortunately, fraudsters have capitalized on this trend and often create fake profiles to lure in victims, establish romantic relationships and eventually, extort money.

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  • How Midwest Heritage Can Help Farmers Navigate a Challenging Economy

    posted on Tuesday, October 09, 2018 The economy has not been kind to farmers in recent years as the industry continues to be plagued by low commodity prices. Many experts predict another large production year in 2018, however, they are not expecting a significant change in commodity prices. While this is cause for concern, it is not a cause for panic. Navigating a challenging economy simply require doing things a little differently.

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  • 7 Steps to Improve your Financial Situation

    posted on Friday, September 28, 2018 Displaying a sound understanding of financial literacy is key to managing debt, saving for future expenses and avoiding financial hazards like bankruptcy, defaults or foreclosures. Unfortunately, according to the Urban Institute, 35 percent of adults have a debt in collection reported in their credit files, which shows that handling finances responsibly can be easier said than done

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