April 2014
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Central Bank of Kansas City has a new website!
We have recently updated our website with a new look
by Sarah Cousineau
Central Bank is excited to present our new website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation, updated with the latest information about our products and services. The web address is the same: www.centralbankkc.com.
One of our main goals was to build a user-friendly and simple to navigate site. The new design allows you to quickly find the information that is important to you. In addition to our new website design and easy navigation, you will benefit from its high functionality with a convenient, single sign-on from the home page for online banking.
We hope that you will enjoy browsing our new site, finding more options and information each time, and that it will be yet another tool for strengthening our banking relationship with you.
How to Choose Life Insurance
The differences between permanent and term life insurance
Photo: How to Choose Life Insurance
Even though you know you need life insurance to save for the future and protect the financial security of your family, you may not know which type is best for your current financial circumstances and the needs of your family. This information can help you understand the basic differences between term and permanent life policies.
Five Innovations That Can Save Your Business Money
Cut down your expenses while still running your business to its fullest potential
Photo: Five Innovations That Can Save Your Business Money
Looking for some cost-cutting ideas that will allow you to still promote your business? You’re 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:
Money Smart Month KC 2014
Central Bank presents financial education to area students and families
by Sarah Cousineau
Bill Dana talking to youth
According to a Junior Achievement Finance Study surveying teens ages 16-18, 77% of males and 63% of females don’t budget or keep track of their money. We know that practicing simple personal finance tactics such as not spending more than you take in—the foundation of a budget—will help young people become responsible adults.
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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