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Start small, save a little bit every week and reach your goals

While driving to work this morning it occurred to me that I have only two choices in life. Stop and pay $5 for a latte or drive past the coffee shop and go directly to my broker. I would go in and...

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TS Banking Group news for June, July

It's been a busy summer for TS Banking Group, with a watermelon feed, cookout and much more. Here's a look at the June and July news from our various financial services providers.

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Rooney helps through all stages of employment

Amy Rooney has been with TS Banking Group for four years and will celebrate five years in September. She started as a human resources specialist and over time her job duties have morphed into her...

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TS Banking Group in the news

Magic, awards, grand openings and a garden. TS Banking Group had a busy May. Here's a look at some of the news and notes from the month:

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Johnson helps build TS Banking Group team

If Erin Johnson isn’t in the office, she’s likely traveling.

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Intellectual Curiosity: It does exist!

Close your eyes for a minute. Are they closed? Good! I want you to think about an employee within your organization that is always asking questions and many of these questions start with “Why.”...

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The Two Roles Credit Analysts Perform at a Bank

Most peoples’ banking experience is to stop by the bank, take care of their pressing items, and go about their other errands for the day. They typically interact with a small handful of people....

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2018 Year in Review

As we wrap up 2018, it's fun to take a look back on all that happened at TS Banking Group. Here are a few of my favorite stories from this year.

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Oz and Invisible Excellence

Remember The Wizard of Oz? Almost all of us have witnessed Dorothy and friend’s journey on the silver screen as they travel through Oz to meet the famous, all-knowing wizard—one who can send them...

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Listen for the “Little” Things and Build Trust

It seems pretty simple, doesn’t it? When visiting with your team, listen to their pain points, dig into what they have done to heal their own pain, and finally take action to help them with those...

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