Celebrating College Savings Month: Are you prepared for college expenses?
The month of September is widely recognized as College Savings Month. As kids go back to school, many parents are thinking about affording college tuition and planning for the future. Saving for college can be a large expense for families and students. Many have questioned whether college is even worth the expense with around two-thirds of recent graduating seniors leaving college with student loan debt totaling $30,000.Read More
A glimmer of hope for the 2019 Minnesota soybean harvest?
Late summer is a time of year when soybeans want lots of sunshine and warmth. But so far, Mother Nature has had other plans in September, raising questions on what the harvest will bring.Read More
7 tips to hire smart for your small business
Ever heard the expression, "One bad apple spoils the barrel?" In business this is especially true because hiring the wrong person can negatively affect everyone working around them, as well as potentially harming the reputation of your company.Read More
College Savings Month: Best practices for parents saving for kids' college
Total student loan debt has surpassed $1.5 trillion, with 4 in 10 students carrying over $30K in outstanding student loans. Getting accepted into college or graduate school is an exciting time for students and parents. As college continues to get more expensive, determining how you?ll fund your education is a big decision. Review these tips to help keep costs down as you navigate this exciting time in a student?s life.Read More
Women in Agriculture: Attorney makes case for creating a fulfilling career in an ag community
Jennifer Gilk shares how practicing in an ag community offers a new level of career satisfaction many young people may not realize.Read More