Smarter in :90 - The Easiest Way to Cash in on Bonus Money

Kate had heard about her employer's 401(k) match program, but 3% just didn't sound like all that much. Watch and see the example that turned her into a believer.

Smarter in :90 Get More by Saving Less

Union Bank & Trust's Retirement expert Nicole teaches Kate how she can end up with more in her account at retirement by saving less. Take 90 seconds and learn about this powerful tool.

Spring Cleaning: 3 Steps to Organizing Your Financial Documents

Organizing your financial documents is not just a spring cleaning project, it's an important step in protecting your information. These three steps will help you get started.

5 Smart Uses for Your Tax Refund

If you have recently received a refund check, consider using it to strengthen your personal balance sheet rather than spending it. Here are five ideas to get you started.

Investment Overview: 1st Quarter 2014

The Investment Overview newsletter is published quarterly by the Union Investment Management Group of Union Bank & Trust.

Have you saved enough for the retirement you envision?

Okay, imagine yourself at age 65. What is your life like? Are you filling your passport with stamps? Are you a regular at the diner down the street? Maybe you’re turning a hobby into a second career?

Building a Home: 3 Things to Look for In a Lender

You know you want a new home, but if you’ve shopped the Lincoln Market lately, you’ve probably noticed that there aren’t as many houses for sale as there typically would be.

What Goes Up Must Come Down: What 5 Years of Increases Means for the Future

It’s been five years since the bottom of the market. The S&P 500 fell to an intraday low of 666 points on March 9, 2009. The ride since has been incredible.

Volatility or Stability -- What's Driving the Market?

The recent deal between Coca-Cola and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has raised the question what is driving the market?

Myth Busted: January Market Trends Predict the Rest of the Year

Tom questions the validity of the adage of "So goes January, so goes the rest of the year" by looking at trends from the last 31 bad Januaries. 

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