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At Home Federal, we believe in enhancing the financial well-being of our clients one relationship at a time.  Our roots are planted deep in the upper Midwest and our values reflect those of the communities we serve.  Learn more about how to reach your financial goals, our civic involvement, community investment, and how we provide a work environment that promotes personal and professional growth through a variety of our blogs.

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Tips for Saving $1,000+ for Christmas

THE COST OF CHRISTMAS AND THE HOLIDAYS

It happens every year. You know it’s coming, but still, you are caught off guard when it comes to financing the holidays. Here are three steps you can take to stay within your means this year: Read more.

Banking Advice | October 30, 2018

Switch to eStatements in Three Easy Steps

Switching to eStatements is as easy as 1, 2, 3…

If you’re ready to say goodbye to paper statements and embrace the environmental friendliness and conveniences that eStatements offer, you can easily switch from paper statement delivery to eStatements right from your online banking account. Read more.

Products & Promotions | October 10, 2018

Closed for These Holidays

Holidays that Home Federal Offices are Closed

Holidays may sometimes cause a delay in processing banking transactions if the bank is closed for that holiday – especially if the holiday(s) falls on a weekday. Read more.

Company News | September 10, 2018

How Much Will My [Mortgage, Car, Student Loan] Payment Be

THE BEST ONLINE FINANCIAL CALCULATOR TOOLS

If you plan on making a major purchase, or if you have decided to establish a debt repayment plan, one of the best places to start is with a ... Read more.

Products & Promotions | September 5, 2018

What Can Happen If Your Credit/Debit Card is Compromised (And How this Easy Tool Protects Your Account From Fraud)

Debit and Credit Card Fraud in the News

All too frequently you hear in the news of another debit/credit card breach. Risk to consumers is low when your debit or credit card has been compromised because you can always cancel it. Right? Not so fast.

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Banking Advice | August 14, 2018

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