Home Federal Blog

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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Debunking the Debit Card

There are a lot of misconceptions out there about debit cards that actually deter people from using them – we hear them every day from our clients! Most misconceptions stem from security and fraud concerns, while others may be based on... Read more.

Tips & Tricks | June 23, 2021

3 Big Reasons to Transfer Your Checking to Home Federal

At Home Federal, we know what matters most to clients. That’s why we offer banking that’s both convenient and secure. Not only that, but clients can earn $150 when they open a Home Federal checking account. Do we have your attention now? Check out our top three reasons why it’s time to transfer... Read more.

Products & Promotions | June 7, 2021

Home Federal Welcomes New Board Member

Dr. Barbara Butts Williams steps into Board of Directors role at HMN Financial, Inc.

Home Federal is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Barbara Butts Williams as the newest board member to the HMN Financial, Inc. Board of Directors. She will be filling the vacancy created by the retirement of... Read more.

Company News | May 17, 2021

The Refinancing Process

A Client's Account

My husband and I recently refinanced our mortgage with Home Federal – cutting both the length and the interest rate of our previous mortgage almost in half! Here’s our story...  Read more.

Home Loans | May 12, 2021

Tips for Saving $1,000+ for Christmas


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, 2020