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Central Bank of Kansas City Kickstarts Business Park
New Markets Tax Credits Support Economic Development
by Sarah Cousineau
Rendering of River City Business Park A former steel factory in St. Louis is being converted into a new business park thanks in part to New Markets Tax Credits provided by Central Bank of Kansas City. The site has a long history going back to 1870, when it began operations as a steel factory. It later served as a coal gasification and coke production facility until 1987, when it was abandoned. Now, developer Green Street St. Louis is revitalizing the vacant site with an approximately $70 million makeover. Steve Kramer, U.S. Bancorp CDC’s senior vice president, said redeveloping the site has been a goal of city officials since the late 1990s, but Central Bank of Kansas City's New Markets contribution was key to getting the project underway (CDBA newsletter-9-2015). Click here to see the rest of the story with the full St. Louis Dispatch article.
Gates B-B-Q Charity Golf Tournament
Central Bank Proud to Support Event
by Sarah Cousineau

Fore!  On September 13, 2015, Central Bank of Kansas City (CBKC) sponsored and participated in the 35th Annual Gates BBQ Charity Golf Tournament. This year, two cb staff members (Adrianna Vargas and Lanetta Gates) enjoyed volunteering at the all-day event. Central Bank also entered a team with Tom Lilley (CFO of CBKC), Doug Dawson and Tony Zuzzio (lending officers) who played on the beautiful and challenging Swope Memorial Golf Course--they even had the opportunity to meet the legendary Frank White.
How Setting Savings Goals Can Help You Save Money
Focus your attention to get the job done

Just like with life in general, setting goals for savings can make you much more focused on the task at hand and therefore more successful in reaching those objectives. But how and where do you get started on your savings goals?

Should You Have More Than One Savings Account?
We answer the question for you and explain why

Savings accounts are not just for use in an emergency. Actually, they are best utilized when allocating money for large purchases, such as a home or a new car. However, to properly save money for these different goals, you will need differing savings accounts.
Blanco Y Negro Awards Gala
Central Bank Sponsors a Table
by Sarah Cousineau

Guadalupe Centers, Inc.(GCI) hosted its annual Blanco y Negro Awards Gala on September 18, 2015 to honor and thank individuals who have contributed to improving the quality of life for Latinos in Kansas City. It is known as the premier formal awards banquet in the Latino community and serves as the formal kickoff to Hispanic Heritage Month in Kansas City. The money that is raised from the event each year benefits GCI and its programs.
5 Foods to Eat Now to Reduce Your Risk of Prostate Cancer
Fight prostate cancer with these nutritious foods

Through the results of multiple studies over the years, researchers have found that certain foods have a strong correlation to preventative care, including reducing the risk of prostate cancer. The key is following a healthy diet full of vitamins and minerals, while avoiding fatty foods such as processed meals, red meat and dairy products. To ward off prostate cancer, nutritionists suggest consuming these five foods on a regular basis:
Keeping Track of Business Debt
Tracking your finances to avoid business debt

Who keeps track of your business debt for your company? It’s common for business owners to have accountants take care of their critical numbers. However, when all is said and done, the business is on the shoulders of the owner, and it’s important that you fully understand how to keep track of the company’s finances.
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