Financial Education Center

Tools for your financial wellbeing

Explore our free collection of resources to help you reach your financial goals and increase your understanding and awareness of financial products and services. Whether you are an individual or a business customer, we hope you will find this curated collection a great knowledge center. If you would like to speak to someone about a specific banking product/service or would like further information about anything on our site, please feel free to contact us.

Money iQ - Financial Literacy Centers

A wealth of financial resources – now at your fingertips! Within Money iQ and Business Money iQ, you will find articles, videos, and other pieces of helpful information on a range of banking topics. Looking for the latest news or want to know how to protect yourself financially? Look no further.


Northwest Bank Blog

Isabel Bloom
Commercial Blog

Proud to Be QC: Isabel Bloom

Donna Young, owner and sculptor of Isabel Bloom, chats with us about how the Davenport-based shop and studio has evolved over the years while remaining true to the Isabel Bloom brand. This one-of-a-kind local business makes us #ProudToBeQC!

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Financial Literacy Month
Financial Blog

Financial Literacy is Key to Effective Money Management for Teens

April is Financial Literacy Month, and we’re helping adults and teens understand the importance of maintaining smart money habits. From budgeting, interest, and credit to investing and saving for retirement, it’s essential to start teaching our youth early in life how to manage money and prepare for the future.

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Me and Billy
Commercial Blog

Proud to Be QC: Me & Billy

Small business owners like Bill Collins of Me & Billy in Downtown Davenport make us #ProudToBeQC and proud to be a part of a community of creative, talented people. Join us for five minutes with Billy as we take a close-up look at this popular local restaurant and bar.

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Proud to be QC
Commercial Blog

Northwest Bank is Proud To Be QC

Community banks like Northwest Bank are only successful if our customers and communities are, so why we’re focused on building a better QC. We encourage you to take a look at where you deposit your money, because it makes a difference in your community!

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New Year New Goals
Financial Blog

Developing and Maintaining Good Credit Habits

Good credit is essential to a strong financial foundation, so it’s important to build and maintain responsible credit practices that demonstrates sound money management principles to help you achieve your short and long-term financial goals. We’re offering some tips to help you get started on the path to great credit!

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New Year New Goals
Financial Blog

4 Tips for Getting Financially Fit in 2022

The new year is an ideal time to set new goals, as many vow to become more physically fit or get organized. The new year is also a great time to assess your finances, gain control and stick to a new budget or saving plan. Taking control of your personal finances will allow you to save and prepare for unexpected expenses.

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Banking Products & Services Video Tutorials

Video Tutorials for Personal Banking

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Video Tutorials for Business Banking

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Investment Management Group Education Center

Keith Bonjour Portfolio Manager

Market Viewpoints – Spring 2022

Both stocks and bonds struggled in the first quarter this year due to a more aggressive Fed posture, inflation risks continuing to increase, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Read about what other factors are influencing the market in Market Viewpoints.

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Investing for Life Spring 2022

Reaching Your Retirement Goals Despite Volatility

During times of market stress when stock prices fluctuate up and down significantly, it’s normal to worry about your retirement investments. The good news is that you have likely planned for uncertainty and invested in a diversified mix of stocks and bonds which will help your retirement portfolio weather market volatility.

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