November 2018
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Chili Cook-Off
Benefiting Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Some of our talented chefs here at Central Bank of KC prepared some delicious chili and competed in our first ever Chili Cook-off at our main branch. Staff judged the 12 crockpots full of different types of chili, and then announced the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.....
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New and Improved Bill Pay


Have you noticed that our Bill Pay Service just got a lot easier? You now have the ability to pay a person, set up your own alerts, and pay bills more efficiently.

Do you send checks in the mail for your payments? Do you call or go online to each individual company to pay your bills? Why not go to one place and pay all your bills in just minutes every month. Bill Pay helps you manage your expenses and gives you more control to pay your bills on time with ease.

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Halloween Visit
5th graders visit the bank


We had a howling good time on Halloween here at our main branch. For years, Ms. Rhinehart’s 5th grade class has been coming to visit each Halloween, and we love hosting these bright young students.
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5 Easy Ways to Stay Active During Your Work Day
How to incorporate activity into your day


If your job requires you to sit for hours, take these simple steps to stay more active while at work.
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Different Types of Student Loans
A guide to finding the type of student loan that best suits your collegiate needs

According to Zack Friedman of Forbes, the average college student will graduate with $40,000 in student loan debt. As such, it is important for undergraduates and graduates to select the student loan that best suits their needs so as not to be weighed down by any unnecessary loans.
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When You Need a Co-Signer
The advantages of having a co-signer for an auto loan

If it’s your first time buying a car, it is likely that you won’t have enough funds to pay for it in cash. If you are a young driver, you likely also won’t have the necessary credit history to support a financial institution’s decision to loan you the money necessary for a purchase.
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Decreasing Costs for Your Company
Control your company’s costs now and reap the benefits later

With a bit of thought and creativity, you can decrease costs for your business in ways that won’t disrupt your goals or productivity. In fact, careful cost-cutting could even help your company operate more efficiently and serve customers more effectively.
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