JD Bancshares, Inc. Reports Strong Q3 2021 Financial Results

October 21, 2021 
JD Bancshares, Inc. 

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JD Bancshares, Inc. Reports Strong Q3 2021 Financial Results

Jennings, LA., October 21, 2021 (ACCESSWIRE) – JD Bancshares, Inc. (the “Company”), (OTCQX: JDVB), the parent holding company of JD Bank (the “Bank”), reports its unaudited financial results for the three and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2021.

Net income is $3,539,845 or $1.03 per common share for the three-month period ended September 30, 2021 reflecting a 36.5% increase compared to $2,593,570 or $0.76 per share for the linked quarter ended June 30, 2021 and a 109.0% increase over the $1,693,921 or $0.49 per share for the prior year quarter ended September 30, 2020. Pre-tax, pre-provision operating income for the current quarter is $4,075,010 compared to $3,222,715 for the linked quarter and $2,637,056 for the comparative prior year quarter. Pre-tax, pre-provision operating income excludes taxes, provision for loan losses, gains or losses on the sale of other real estate owned, gains on the sale of investment securities and other non-operating revenues and expenses. The increase in current quarter pre-tax, pre-provision operating income is primarily due to an increase in interest income on loans as we recognized more origination fee income derived from the Small Business Administration (SBA) Paychecks Protection Program (PPP) and were able to redeploy funds received from PPP forgiveness into loans earning a current market rate of interest. Additionally, we enjoyed higher levels of non-interest income and continued to demonstrate non-interest expense control.

For the nine-month period ended September 30, 2021, net income was $8,059,912 or $2.35 per share compared to $4,900,630 or $1.43 per share for the prior year comparative period. Pre-tax, pre-provision operating earnings for the two comparative nine-month periods is $10,157,137 and $7,986,946, respectively.


About JD Bancshares, Inc.

JD Bancshares, Inc. is the bank holding company of JD Bank, a state chartered bank headquartered in Jennings, Louisiana. JD Bank offers a variety of personal and commercial lending and deposit products through both physical and digital delivery channels. The Bank also offers both trust and investment services. JD Bank operates through 21 full service branch offices located along the Interstate 10 corridor from Lake Charles to Lafayette, Louisiana.

JD Bancshares, Inc. (OTCQX: JDVB) trades on the OTCQX Best Market. Companies meet high financial standards, follow best practice corporate governance, demonstrate compliance with U.S. securities laws, and have a professional third-party sponsor introduction. Investors can find current financial disclosure and Real-Time Level 2 quotes for the Company on www.otcmarkets.com

How Long Does It Take To Rebuild Credit?

How Long Does It Take to Rebuild Credit?

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Typically, it takes at least 3-6 months of good credit behavior to see a noticeable change in your credit score. It is difficult to make a change any faster, unless the negative information on your credit report was a minor blip, like being late with bill payments one month.

While it is impossible to put a specific time frame on credit repair, it is safe to say the less negative information you have on your report – late payments, maxed out credit cards, constant credit applications, bankruptcy, etc. – the easier it is to repair your credit score.

It takes more time to repair a bad credit score than it does to build a good one. Mistakes penalize your credit score and can prevent you from being approved for a loan. Though there are lenders that offer loans with bad credit, they end up costing hundreds or thousands of dollars in higher interest rates when borrowing. A poor credit score also can be a roadblock to renting an apartment, setting up utilities, and maybe even getting a job!

You are not going to lose nearly as many points if you are late with one payment as you will if you are delinquent for several months to the point where your account has been turned over to a collection agency. The severity of the second situation is far greater than the first and your score will reflect that.

Here are some time frames for negative information that detracts from your credit score.

  • A delinquent account remains on your credit report for seven years.
  • Car repossession stays on your report for seven years.
  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy is on your report for 10 years. Chapter 13 remains for seven years.
  • Credit application inquiries remain on your report for two years.
  • Public record items such as property liens are on your report seven years.

Remember that the damage to your credit score diminishes over time. So, for example, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Year Six has negligible impact when compared to its effect in Year One.