To Our Current and Future Customers:
On January 13, 2014 Bank of Luxemburg was pleased to open our ninth branch at 519 South Lancing Street in Sturgeon Bay. This new location, just off Wisconsin highway 57, across from Witt Ford, provides great convenience and easy access.
Bank of Luxemburg’s values community involvement and we look forward to becoming an active part of the Sturgeon Bay community. Many of our staff members are long-time Door County residents and you can count on them to deliver exceptional personalized service to you, our friends and neighbors. You’ll see Bank of Luxemburg employees making a difference right away as we help raise money for local charities, sponsor sports teams and show our pride at other community events.
We are proud to have Greg Stephan as vice president of commercial lending in Sturgeon Bay. Greg will draw on his many years of Door County banking experience as he heads up the bank’s local loan approval process.
Our new Sturgeon Bay location extends the bank’s service area throughout Door County. It will also offer added convenience for existing customers travelling through Sturgeon Bay and Door County residents who previously used our branch in Forestville. And, of course, we always welcome new customers who appreciate the security of a locally owned community bank that has been serving customers across northeast Wisconsin since 1903.
We often say “community bank,” but what does that mean exactly? Community banking is simple … It’s local individuals depositing money and investing in the Bank of Luxemburg. Then, that money is kept right here in our area as we lend that money to other local individuals and businesses.
For more information on Bank of Luxemburg, visit us online, or call or stop by any branch—including our new Sturgeon Bay location—and talk to one of our friendly hometown bankers.
At Bank of Luxemburg our motto is “Local. Loyal. Lasting. See what a difference it makes.” I invite you to experience the Bank of Luxemburg difference for yourself!
Bank of Luxemburg
Feb 4, 2014
Tax Preparation Tips
By John Kaye, CPA
Tax time is here! Are you wondering whether to do your own taxes or use a qualified tax professional? First, consider this: there have been approximately 100 new tax law changes in the past year alone. Then, consider your own tax situation. How complex is it? Did you have any major life events, changes in job status, property sales or other things that complicate your 2013 tax return? Unless you situation is extremely straightforward, you might be better served be using the services of a tax professional.
First call and schedule an appointment. Next make sure to gather all your receipts and important paperwork from the previous year. If in doubt, bring it along. Finally, make a list of questions you have for your tax pro.
At your appointment, you should talk about things you can do to optimize your tax situation for next year. Remember, it’s never too early to start planning. You should discus things like setting up an individual retirement account (IRA) or a health savings account (HSA)—depending on your situation both of these accounts could potentially impact your tax bill. Bank of Luxemburg can help you with setting up IRAs or HSAs
If you have any questions or want to locate a qualified tax professional, contact us here at Bank of Luxemburg at (920) 845-2345.
Posted by Bank of Luxemburg at 2:18 PM