The University of Minnesota Crookston will auction off a framed autographed Zach Parise Minnesota Wild jersey in a timed raffle during their annual UMC Teambacker “Fun Nite” held Friday, April 26 at the Crookston Eagles.
Adapted from the article originally published by the FDIC, available at http://1.usa.gov/Zno8L3
Tax season is wrapping up. Now, you’re left with a refund (if you’re lucky) and piles of documents you’re unsure what to do with.
Technological devices such as tablets and cell phones have made it easy to stay connected every minute of every day. Bank customers benefit because they can use mobile devices to view accounts whenever they want by mobile banking.
Bank Forward believes in their community’s future leaders and wants to help them attain their goals by rewarding them for their accomplishments in academics, activities, as well as their community involvement.
Are you getting a big fat refund this year, or writing a check to the IRS for taxes owed? We asked Bank and Insure Forward employees in Fargo, Grand Forks and New Rockford what they are doing with their tax refund.
The school year is wrapping up but learning is something that never ends. We asked Cooperstown and Wimbledon employees, "What financial life lessons did you (will you) give your own kids?" Here’s food for thought from the Bank Forward pros.
What you are required to do when you hire a subcontractor
Reprinted by permission of SFM
Hiring an uninsured subcontractor poses a significant liability to your organization. This liability can affect your workers compensation premium substantially. This notice explains what you must do to avoid unexpected additions to your premium.
If you’re considering a national tax preparer that promises faster refunds by offering Refund Anticipation checks (RACs), get the full story.
You have likely seen or heard advertisements on billboard, TV or radio for “free tax filing” of 1040EZ returns this season from certain tax preparation companies.
Beware! We think it's important to know exactly what this means to avoid unanticipated tax preparation costs and fees associated with financial products that promise fast refunds, such as Refund Anticipation Checks.
Insure Forward, Grand Forks, announces that Alicia Driscoll has been promoted to Personal Lines Sales Agent.
If your employee uses his or her own personal vehicle for work-related duties, what happens if he or she has an accident? Generally, your employee’s auto insurance company would pay for any damage, but if their coverage is insufficient, who pays?
Bank Forward, Grand Forks, announces that Brady Trenbeath has been promoted to Market President for the Grand Forks Bank Forward locations.
Happy International Snowmobile Safety Week! Here are a few tips on how to stay safe during your snow-filled adventures this winter.
Bank Forward is pleased to announce that Jamie Moch and Dana Wolff are recipients of the 2012 Bill Brown award, the highest award given to employees by Bank Forward for service and teamwork.
The FDIC published a collection of simple tips for young adults and teens on saving and managing money and avoiding financial scams. The fall 2012 edition of FDIC Consumer News also includes suggestions for parents and caregivers on saving for a child's future and teaching youngsters about money.
Gary Goplen, senior vice president at Bank Forward, has been named to the board of directors for North Dakota Development Fund.
Dana Parkhouse and Jessica Haugen successfully passed their AAP Certification Exam recently.
The ND Department of Financial Institutions has approved Bank Forward's new Loan Production Offices (LPO) in Fargo and Crookston.