August 2015
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Ruiz Library Back to School Event
cb’s Prize Wheel Spinning(#kidsonly)
by Sarah Cousineau
Every August the Westside Can Center/Ruiz Library/Tony Aguirre Community Center hosts a great Back-to School event.  Central Bank was asked to participate years ago from our friend, Linda Callon, longtime director of the Community Action Center in Kansas City's Westside. A story on KCUR last year honoring Linda Callon who passed away last fall said this about her and the dedication to the Westside; “Known as “the mother” and “the queen,” Callon is being remembered as a loving force for good, who had few material possessions but who worked tirelessly to make the community better for others.”
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Scuola Vita Nuova’s Back to School event
cb Staff Serves Tropicana Treats
by Sarah Cousineau

As part of the Harmon-Huwaldt Project, Central Bank supported Scuola Vita Nuova’s Back to School event on Saturday, August 8th from 5:00-7:00PM.  Not only did the staff donate school supplies, but a team of four cb staff served Tropicana treats at the event.
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5 Tips for Getting Financially Organized
Stay on top of your finances in an efficient manner

One of the most common reasons for being strapped for cash isn’t always overspending or being fruitless with money — it’s being unorganized. Think about it: When you can’t pay a bill on time because you’ve misplaced it, that can lead to a late fee. Or if you’re behind schedule on keeping watch of your bank account, you may incur an overdraft charge.
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The Myths That Surround Social Security
Clearing up Social Security myths

It is very common to fret about choosing the correct retirement investments and worry about the total sum you have in savings. Social Security, on the other hand, is considered a cut-and-dry part of retirement that few people take the time to truly investigate. So, it is no surprise that there are many widespread myths regarding Social Security.
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Car Insurance for Out-of-State Students
Make sure you have the right coverage

When your child goes away for college, most of the focus is on tuition, books, and his or her dorm room. But if your child is going to be taking a car along, there are steps that you need to take to ensure he or she has the proper coverage.
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5 Ways to Improve Your Eyesight Naturally
Forget surgery—these tips could help you improve your eyesight naturally

Some of us are lucky enough to be born with near-perfect vision. These individuals will go through life never needing to wear glasses. Others aren’t so lucky and must shell out hundreds, if not thousands of dollars every year for contact lenses, reading glasses, bifocals, designer frames—you name it…
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Basics of Payroll
Putting your business’s payroll in order

Payroll is one area of your business where outdated and inefficient methods simply don’t cut it. Nonessential items to replace, such as outdated office furniture, may be eyesores, but putting off the expense of updating is a reasonable choice if the items don’t cause significant operational issues.
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