As Reported Financial Statements

As Reported Financials

Source Document Currency Code (in units) 2017 Y 3/11/2019 USD 2018 Y 3/31/2019 USD 2019 Q1 YTD 3/31/2019 USD
Source Document Currency Code 2017 Y 3/11/2019 USD 2018 Y 3/31/2019 USD 2019 Q1 YTD 3/31/2019 USD

Assets

Cash and due from banks 9,883,088 10,112,422 8,900,280
Interest-bearing demand deposits 6,286,666 4,858,748 22,042,707
Cash and cash equivalents 16,169,754 14,971,170 30,942,987
Interest-bearing time deposits 200,000 NA NA
Investment securities - available for sale 118,356,869 122,482,487 124,222,960
Investment securities - held to maturity 24,892,334 21,079,974 19,747,869
Loans and leases, net of allowance for losses 557,929,014 654,755,066 672,058,277
Premises and equipment, net 13,592,274 14,025,476 13,983,153
Federal Reserve and Federal Home Loan Bank stock 6,716,700 6,560,600 6,965,500
Interest receivable 2,268,090 2,686,010 2,705,206
Mortgage-servicing rights 1,042,386 1,227,356 1,218,934
Cash surrender value of life insurance 3,597,276 3,718,219 3,747,767
Other assets 8,856,180 8,112,005 7,207,424
Total assets 753,620,877 849,618,363 882,800,077

Liabilities

Non-interest bearing deposits 58,922,097 58,044,369 63,144,179
Interest bearing deposits 501,472,847 562,592,451 578,938,921
Total deposits 560,394,944 620,636,820 642,083,100
Federal Home Loan Bank advances 104,000,000 136,100,000 145,100,000
Advances by borrowers for taxes and insurance 501,438 543,527 632,911
Interest payable 237,693 550,749 656,647
Other liabilities 6,688,979 5,934,235 5,204,514
Total liabilities 671,823,054 763,765,331 793,677,172

Stockholders' Equity

Preferred stock 1 NA NA
Common stock 1 1 1
Additional paid-in capital 12,757,998 12,750,999 12,750,999
Retained earnings 71,765,677 77,480,318 78,852,567
Accumulated other comprehensive loss (2,725,854) (4,378,286) (2,480,662)
Total stockholders' equity 81,797,823 85,853,032 89,122,905
Total liabilities and stockholders' equity 753,620,877 849,618,363 882,800,077
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