March 2019
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Check out the Money Smart KC event calendar for everything happening during financial literacy month in April. Nearly 100 events are scheduled in April on a variety of topics, including money management, housing, small business, health care, and more. Central Bank always presents some fun sessions that are open to the public like Family Game Night, Top Personal Finance Apps, and more....
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Money Smart Day
Saturday, April 13th


Join us for Money Smart Day (11th annual) on Saturday, April 13th from 10am-3:00pm at the downtown KC Public Library, 14 West 10th Street, Kansas City, Mo. Choose from a dozen free educational sessions covering a variety of money-related topics, including: avoiding financial traps, home buying basics, understanding credit and more. Central Bank of KC will be presenting the popular session on Best New Money Apps for 2019. Free credit reports, resource tables and more.....
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Recharge with These 5 Self-Care Practices
Self-care practices to help you recharge


Taking care of your family and friends while handling the pressures of work will quickly deplete your internal battery. And when your energy is gone, everyone you love and everything you love to do suffers.
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3 Easy Side Dishes to Make for Easter Dinner
Simple, delicious dishes to complement your Easter dinner


Side dishes often play a supporting role at Easter dinner. With the following recipes, however, your accompaniments will be elevated to star-status.
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How to Incorporate More Movement into Your Day
Add some exercise to your daily office routine with these simple techniques


According to the Mayo Clinic, excessive sitting can lead to health complications later in life. It’s in every worker’s interest to move around as much as possible throughout the day, and there are several ways you can incorporate more movement into your routine.
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Benefits of Consolidating Debt
Consolidating is a strong strategy for minimizing manageable debt

If you feel overwhelmed by loans, you may be looking for a way to simultaneously simplify and reduce your expenses. Debt consolidation is one of the most common ways to achieve this, and it’s important to properly understand how it works and what it involves.
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Listen to These 5 Financial Podcasts in 2019
Motive and educate yourself with these five financial podcasts

Whether you’re trying to pay down credit-card debt, build an emergency fund or invest more toward retirement, the start of a new year is the ideal time to deepen your financial understanding and build better money habits.
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Should You Insure Your Possessions?
Insuring your possessions with extra insurance might be a good investment

Some possessions are worth more than others; a wedding ring, heirloom piece of jewelry, notable work of art or a prized antique can carry significant value, in terms of both money and sentimentality. For these special possessions, is it worth investing in extra insurance coverage?
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Buying vs. Leasing Your Equipment
The benefits of buying and leasing business equipment

Whether you’re starting up an accounting firm, a family-owned restaurant or a farm, you’re going to need equipment to get your business up and running. This will be one of the more significant financial decisions in a process filled with major money moves, and you will want to take the time necessary to consider whether buying or leasing better suits your needs.
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