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  • April 13, 2020

    You’ve heard big banks advertise their services all over the world, but most consumers don’t realize all of the benefits that come with banking local. When it comes to customer service, banking fees and ethical choices, banking local is the smart choice, and we’ll tell you why. Great Customer Service Because local banks have less customers than your average megabank, the employees have the chance to form deeper relationships with the people they serve. Tailored Programs Community

  • March 1, 2019

    Whether in bustling cities or the rural Midwest, community banks improve lives in the communities they serve. According to the ICBA, community banks make up 96 percent of all banking institutions in the country. If you haven’t made the switch to a local bank yet, here are just a few reasons why you may want to do so. 1. They support their communities. Businesses have a responsibility to help those that are less fortunate and contribute to the common good. At Axiom Bank, we make it

  • August 1, 2018

    Warm, sunny weather calls for a glass of ice cold lemonade. Now that the kids are out of school and looking for activities to entertain them, now is the perfect chance to teach them a little about finances. Here are a few quick tips to help teach your children how to be fiscally responsible. Have them buy the materials. When deciding to have a lemonade stand, it is important that your children know the value of money. By having them calculate the cost of the lemonade, sugar, cups, sign, sunscreen

  • October 9, 2017

    When it comes to preparing your finances for certain occasions, natural disasters usually aren’t one of the events that come to mind. However, not creating an emergency fund for the unexpected could hurt you immensely since Mother Nature doesn’t care whether you’re prepared or not. That’s why Axiom Bank, N.A. has put together a few tips on how you can ready yourself for a natural disaster. Make Your Fund A Priority While some disasters come with a warning, others do

  • September 16, 2017

    AFTER THE STORM A Letter For: those without a home for those who fear they stand alone for the little girl without her favorite toy for the mom in search of what is left after the storm for those without a hope for those who fear what's to come for the dad who did all that he could to prepare and protect for the search and rescuer who keeps the boat running to go to one more house because no one has been there after the storm From: those with nowhere else they

  • September 14, 2017

    We, at Axiom Bank, are saddened by the loss of our Board Director, Dr. Robert “Bob” BIllingslea, whose legacy as a champion of diversity and community advocacy will forever live in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. To read more about Dr. Robert “Bob” BIllingslea, please click here. To view Dr. Robert “Bob” BIllingslea’s obiturary, please click here.

  • September 5, 2017

    HOW TO PREPARE AN EMERGENCY KIT Hurricane Irma could hit the United States by this weekend, meaning now is the time for coastal residents — along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico — to prepare.   Irma strengthened to a Category 5 storm Tuesday morning, the National Hurricane Center said, with sustained winds of 175 mph.  AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Samuhel issued a warning on Monday: "Have emergency supplies ready." Here's

  • June 9, 2017

    a city beautiful   i’ve been trying to figure it out for months now how i would speak about an American tragedy about a villain about the innocent and a vibrant light in the city beautiful see I was in the midst of a storm of my own when summer of sixteen came a year ago not the eye of the storm where the still water lies but the bands of the beast where the winds can take your very life i woke up on a sunday from a deep, long

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