October 2016
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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
Central Bank of KC team Pinked Out
by Sarah Cousineau
On a beautiful fall morning on October 22nd, the Central Bank(cb) team participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC) 5K Walk starting and finishing at Crown Center.  Kansas City has been dressed in pink all month--and last Saturday over 12,000 walkers joined in the pink-out with pink wigs, pink boas, pink tutus and pink shirts. This is the 5th year the Central Bank team participated and raised money through the walk as well as other fund-raising efforts in our branches.
 

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Truman branch in the Halloween Spirit
by Sarah Cousineau

Have you visited our Truman Branch inside lately? They've really gone all out decorating for Halloween. Check it out soon if you dare to be......SCARED! Our Main Branch is also decorated with a scary witch, a spooky tree, a ghoulish butler, and more. Students from Garfield are visiting on Halloween for a tour and some fun Halloween activities. Stay tuned to the next cb news for pictures from that event. You can always check out our Facebook page for current events, fun tips, photos and more.

Money Smart KC Website
New topics added
by Sarah Cousineau

Money Smart KC launched a new website that offers easy access to everything financial. Whether you are looking to improve your credit, find emergency services, save for retirement or budget for your next big purchase, youíll find it at MoneySmartKC.org. Discover links to local and national experts, access to live support, events/classes near you and much more.

Since the launch in March 2016, we have added new topics to the website: Parenting/Child Care, Disability, Loans, Government Assistance/Benefits and a Youth section within the Entrepreneur/Small Business topic. We are planning to add two more additional topics by the end of 2016.

Read more to see all 34 topics.

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How to Keep Track of Passwords Safely
Donít leave your personal info vulnerable!

Passwords: You need them for nearly everything these days, and it seems like each website or account has its own unique specifications for their creation. And of course, it is strongly discouraged to use the same password for all sites. So how can you keep track of them all?
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Smart Financial Moves You Can Do Today
Get ahead of the financial game by planning for your future savings now

From planning and tracking spending to building your savings and credit score, itís important to understand what you can do now to help with your future monetary needs.
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5 Easy Ways to Relieve Work Stress
Reduce the stress of your workday with these five simple tips

Whether you work in an office, at a restaurant or on a construction site, work is always one of the major causes of stress.
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Composting 101: Your Green Guide to Recycling Your Kitchen Scraps
Go green by starting your own compost pile

Composting is a natural process that happens around the world. As organic matter decomposes, it becomes a soil-like material that is perfect to use in gardening.
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Accepting Money From Your Customers and Clients
The basics of accepting credit cards, cash and checks

One of the most exciting landmarks in any entrepreneurís life is the first time he or she gets paid, whether it is a check in the mail, a credit card transaction or cash. If you are running a small business, it is important to determine the best way or ways for you to accept payments. The following information can help you compare the benefits and disadvantages of credit/debit cards, checks and cash.
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