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Holiday Savings Season

Holiday Savings Season

As we move into December, most of us are settling into the Holiday Season. Visiting family and friends, feasts, and sweet treats are just a few of the hallmarks of the season for many of us.

Outdoors, Nature is winding down from a busy season of growth, migrations, and storing of food. In addition to all the dormant trees, one of the most visible signs of this seasonal slowdown is the shortening of days.  

In Wisconsin, we see quite a change from our longest to shortest days. On December 21, the shortest day of the year (winter solstice), the sun will only be up for eight hours and 57 minutes. Then the days will begin to grow longer again until our longest day, June 20, (summer solstice). In between, we will gain 6 hours and 28 minutes of sunlight as we work through the year. 

Horicon Bank is no stranger to watching things grow. We specialize in helping customers, businesses, and communities achieve dreams. One way we do this is through interest- bearing savings accounts. Making regular deposits into your Horicon Bank savings account will help your balance grow. 

Anytime is a great time to make a deposit, but one of the best ways to grow your savings balance is through regular deposits. However, busy schedules make it easy to forget to make your savings deposit. To help out, Horicon Bank offers automatic savings deposits. By putting some of each paycheck aside, you will see your balance quickly grow and get closer to achieving all of your financial goals.

Horicon Bank is the Natural Choice to help meet all of your banking needs. Our services include home equity lines of credit, savings accounts, CD’s, home loans and many other services available to help you achieve your personal, business, and financial goals. Horicon Bank is available to serve you anywhere on the map and online. Contact Horicon Bank today for more information about automatic deposit and other resources to help your savings grow! Best wishes for a wonderful Holiday Season!

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