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Horizon is a community bank serving northern and central Indiana, and southern, central and the Great Lakes Bay regions of Michigan. Our focus is to anticipate and fulfill customer needs with exceptional service and sensible advice. This philosophy is what has kept us growing stronger than ever since 1873.
As a woman, you’re juggling all kinds of responsibilities every day. And each day, life brings risks that you’ll need to negotiate. No matter your age and stage of life, insurance products offer peace of mind for you and your family.
As National Military Appreciation Month begins, we are reminded of the many sacrifices that service members and their families make to protect our nation. In honor of their service, we have highlighted six financial tips to help military families reduce the stress of managing money.
Horizon is adding an additional layer of security to its Debit cards to protect customers against fraud – a computer chip.
You probably have big dreams for your future. Read on why financial planning is Important.
These scams, commonly referred to as the “advance fee,” “lottery” or “sweepstake” scam, involve fraudsters issuing counterfeit checks and fake award letters to consumers who have allegedly won a lottery or sweepstake raffle.
In recognition of National Consumer Protection Week, Horizon is partnering with the American Bankers Association to highlight personal finance resources and urge customers to take an active role in managing and protecting their money.
As Americans begin the process of filing tax returns, identity thieves are scheming to get their hands on that money.