Business Resource Center
Hills Bank is dedicated to helping businesses in the Corridor be successful. From the experienced business banking team to the Hills Bank Business Academy, we provide hassle-free banking and valuable tools to help make that happen. Below are some additional resources for businesses, non-profit organizations, and farm operations.
Best Digital Tools: Must-Use Digital Marketing and Business Tools to Get More Done in Less Time
Local marketing technologist Joshua McNary of McNary Marketing & Design shares his suggestions of tools you can use to get more done in less time. View his presentation on “Best Digital Tools” for recommendations for social media managing tools, email marketing tools, platforms for building websites, and more.
Financial Management for the Closely Held Business
The Hills Bank Business Academy proudly hosts the Financial Management for the Closely Held Business seminar, where business owners and managers learn to proactively control their finances through business-tested techniques. These worksheets are provided during the course as financial management tools:
Visit our blog, HillsHelps.com for information specific to business tips from Hills Bank’s experienced business banking team.
John Hughes Lecture Series
Each year, Hills Bank partners with the University of Iowa to present the John Hughes Lecture Series. In 2016, Jeff Hoffman, co-founder of Priceline, shared his story and entrepreneurial spirit with University of Iowa students, faculty, and the public.
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Seminar
Roger McEowen presents 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Impact of the New Tax Law on You and Your Business. Watch the seminar below and learn about the new tax law and what steps can be taken to plan for the future. McEowen shares:
- Depreciation rule changes
- New deductions available for pass-through businesses and sole proprietors
- New tax rate (21%) for C corporate income
- Entity choice decisions post-TCJA
- Practical examples
McEowen is the Kansas Farm Bureau Professor of Agricultural Law and Taxation at Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas. View the handout from the seminar.
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