Families making under $50K annually are eligible for service
Beginning Friday, Feb. 5 and continuing on most Friday evenings through April, Northwest Indiana families with less than $50,000 annual income may take advantage of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at the Indiana University Northwest School of Business and Economics. This service provides free electronic tax filing of federal and state returns for local families.
1st Source Bank has been awarded the Small Business Administration’s Community Lender Award for the third year in a row. The award recognizes 1st Source’s commitment to providing financial assistance to Indiana businesses. 1st Source was honored for producing the highest volume of SBA loans throughout the state, from among banks with less than $10 billion in assets.
1st Source Bank is looking to change the way clients view their banking experience with side-by-side banking, a new concept designed to bring both the banker and client closer to one another to create a more comfortable and personal banking experience.
1st Source Bank’s new side-by-side banking center is now open for business at 2005 LaPorte Avenue in Valparaiso. With side-by-side banking, bankers are side-by-side with clients instead of behind a teller line, allowing them to share their workspace, computer screen and up-to-the-minute financial data with clients both securely and privately.
The Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce held their annual Recognition Ceremony on Saturday evening at Woodland Park in Portage with the theme of ‘New Beginnings’. The Recognition Ceremony is the Chambers way of spotlighting members of the Portage community who have had a positive impact in their field and are making a difference in the community.
Craig M. Dwight, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Horizon Bank, N.A., is pleased to announce the addition of Shannon Blount as the new Vice President, Senior Personal Trust Officer located in our Indianapolis, Indiana office.
When it comes to starting your own business or exploring different financial options, a plethora of options exists through banks and other financial institutions. Taking the step towards larger financial options is a intimidating and sometimes difficult process to tackle by yourself, however with banks like Horizon Bank and commercial lenders like Mike Riehle, having a helping hand is now within the customer’s reach.
1st Source Bank Regional President of the Valparaiso Region Matt Vessely wants to make a positive difference in everything he does. From his home life to his career and community, Vessely hopes that his desire to help others and make a difference can affect as many people as possible.
It's back to school time and that means new classes, new friends and new teachers. This is also the perfect time for students to learn about saving and fiscal responsibility and with assistance from 1st Source Bank's e-student checking account, young students now have a reliable way to start saving responsibly.