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April 2014
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Omaha Gives!

The Omaha Community Foundation is gearing up for Omaha Gives! Ė American National Bank is a proud sponsor. On May 21st from midnight to midnight, you have 24 hours to support the causes you care about by making a donation of $10 or more to nonprofits that serve Douglas, Sarpy and Pottawattamie counties.
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Are Home Equity Loans Making a Comeback?
With lenders more willing to lend, homeowners begin to utilize home equity loans again
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Home equity loans - when homeowners are able to borrow a portion of their equity to put toward a major purchase such as a renovation or an education expense,- were all the rage in the mid-90s. However, when the housing market became depressed, lenders became uneasy about having homeowners tap into their equity, and they began to vanish.
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Five Innovations That Can Save Your Business Money
Cut down your expenses while still running your business to its fullest potential
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Looking for some cost-cutting ideas that will allow you to still promote your business? Youíre probably wondering where you can sign up. There are tons of technical or non-technical innovations in this world that can help your business thrive while still allowing you to pinch pennies. Learn what they are:
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Does Your Financial Institution Work For You?
The benefits small businesses gain from community financial institutions
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From employees to associates to members of the local community, many people depend upon small business owners to provide services and job opportunities. This is a large responsibility that requires a lot of work, and small business owners need to be able to rely on their employees and the other businesses that they work with in order to make the burden easier, including their financial institution. Working with the right financial institution is one of the most important relationship choices that a business owner can make.
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American National Bank Names Ryan Meyer as Business Banker
American National Bank is pleased to announce that Ryan Meyer has joined the American National Bank team as a Business Banker. He will be responsible for business banking activities in Nebraska, with a committed focus on Sarpy County and Southern Douglas County.
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Bank to Sponsor Opening Concert at Loessfest

Who is ready for some free music, nice weather and some fun? American National Bank is once again a sponsor for the opening concert for Loessfest 2014. The free concert in Council Bluffs will be Sunday, May 25, 2014. It will kick off two weeks of activities for Loessfess at the Tom Hanafan River’s Edge Park.
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National High School Hockey Championship
American National Bank was a proud sponsor of the 2014 National High School Hockey Championships that took place on March 26 – March 30. There were 32 teams from 21 states.
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The Best Times to Buy an SUV
Find out when SUVs come down in price
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Have you ever wanted to own a sport utility vehicle (SUV)? Marking certain days or months on your calendar may help you find the best deal. It turns out that if you purchase an SUV during specific times of the year, you may pay less than if you bought it during other months.
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Candy Alternatives for the Easter Basket
Healthy treats, pennies and more

If you want to avoid all the sugary treats when youíre helping the Easter Bunny with his basket creations, there are many ways to do this while still bringing smiles of delight to your children. We have some ideas to inspire the possibilities.
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How to Recycle Everything
A quick guide to ditching your stuff

Each year, thousands of items are thrown into trash piles and landfills, creating environmental headaches for future generations. Consider recycling or passing on your unwanted items to others who may have a need for them. Future generations will appreciate a cleaner environment, and others will appreciate receiving items they may need.
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