2023 year in review
2023 certainly wasn’t an easy year for banks across the country, and 2024 is already on track to have its own set of challenges — both new and continuing.
The new year is upon us, and that may have you considering making some last-minute money moves. Fortunately, one thing you can move down your to-do list is making contributions to your IRA(s) because, each year, the IRS allows you to make prior-year contributions to your IRAs. That means you have until Tax Day (April 15, 2024)
Want to know our teammates’ deepest, darkest secrets? Well, we can’t share those; they’d probably report us to HR for telling you. So instead, we sat down with Executive Administrative Assistant Deb Thompson over a mug of orange spice tea to… *sniffles* Hang on. *sniffles* Sorry…we’re already getting emotional.
For Heather and Douglas Boneparth, their episode of the Common Cents on the Prairie™ podcast isn’t just a money story. It’s a love story. These college sweethearts, who grew up with vastly different money experiences, overcame all obstacles to merge their financial lives — and now, they’re using the lessons they learned to help others do the same.
Matt Thornton had never planned on joining his family’s Sioux Falls business; rather than selling flooring with his parents, he was going to become a doctor. But you know what they say about making plans and God laughing. “I had always said I wouldn’t be in the family business,” Thornton said.
Giving to others is one of the most important — and rewarding — facets of the holiday season. Here at FNB, our teammates have been extra busy with giving back to and volunteering at local organizations such as Sharing Christmas, The Banquet, Junior Achievement, Project Warm-Up, Sioux Falls Cares, and many more.
As we enter this season of giving, you’re likely making charitable gifts a top financial priority right now. To help deepen the effects of your giving and reduce the impact of taxes as we near the year-end, consider these tax-smart strategies that will provide important advantages to you.
Between spending quality time with loved ones and taking part in the many festivities of the season, the holidays are already such a busy time — so the last thing you’d want is having to deal with fraud or identity theft on top of it all.