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October 2012
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Pie Sale

Please join us for Peoples Bank’s Annual Pie Sale
benefiting The Elkhorn Fund!
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
8:30am-5pm
Elkhorn Office Lobby
837 N. Wisconsin Street


Oktoberfest Celebration

Our very own Jean and Mary Lou
Peoples Bank employees volunteered again this year at the Elkhorn Chamber of Commerce’s Oktoberfest Celebration. Oktoberfest was another great success and our employees are always happy to help. It was a beautiful fall day that brought out many to our great town. We hope to see you there next year.    


Lessons from the Gridiron
How football and investing go hand in hand

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Sunday afternoons are all about football, right? That being said, fans of the game can come away with more than just the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat. New and seasoned investors can learn a few things by paying attention to how winning teams approach things on any given Sunday, not to mention the season as a whole.
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How to Save on Fixed Expenses
Smart ways to save money on your fixed expenses

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Everyone is trying to find new ways to save money in today’s economy, but what about saving on your fixed expenses? You might think that because they are fixed, there’s no way around them, but here are tips to help put a little more cash in your wallet.
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Cash or Credit Cards
Should your small business accept credit cards or stick to cash only?

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According to the National Federation of Independent Business, “Many small businesses choose to be cash-only businesses to avoid credit card processing fees.” However, the number of companies that take only cash are becoming fewer and fewer in today’s economy. Whether to accept major credit cards or stick to cash-only business is a choice only the business owner can make. Here are some tips to help.
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Football Foods That’ll Earn You Points
Tackle these quick and delicious game-time recipes

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Whether you’re rooting for your alma mater or your city’s pro players, football season is a chance to kick back and unwind with friends. While buffalo wings and bean dip are always crowd pleasers, maybe it’s time to think outside the box when it comes to game-time snacks. Here are some original ideas, as well as some new twists on old favorites from America’s most popular chefs:
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Top Five Cars for Young Drivers
Fun, fuel efficiency and safety are all in the equation for these vehicles

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For teens, getting a license to drive is one of their greatest milestones. Yet this joyful occasion can instill fear in the hearts of parents. With so much precious cargo riding behind the wheel, parents have options that can help make sure that independence also means safety.
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Bathroom Makeover
You can revamp your bathroom for less than you’d imagine


It’s not the largest room in your home, and as such, your home’s bathroom is likely the one room in your house that you can transform in a weekend with some quick and inexpensive projects. Upgrading more than that may take a bit longer.
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Women's Health: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Get educated to reduce your risk


October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, a time to educate the public about a disease that affects one in every eight women and is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in that group, according to The Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health.
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The Pros and Cons of Wireless Internet
How do you know if wireless Internet is right for you?


Wireless Internet has quickly become a staple in most households, as mobility is a priority these days and computing can be done just about anywhere. There are some pros and cons to wireless Internet, and here are a few issues to consider.
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