May 2018
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Family Game Night

You could hear laughter, rolling of dice and tokens moving on game boards at this year’s Family Game Night. Central Bank of KC hosted the game night on Tuesday, April 24th at St. Mark Center as part of Money Smart Month KC.

Who Is Getting Money Smart?...

This spring has been busy visiting local community organizations talking about personal finances. First stop was MINDDRIVE - an educational, STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) focused perspective that serves high school students from around the Kansas City Metro. Sarah Cousineau, Marketing/Outreach Director taught the students some smart financial skills through the Money Smart KC website. They learned about credit, banking and found resources to locate scholarships for higher education.


6 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score
Practical steps to enhance the health of your finances

Having a healthy credit score is necessary if you wish to apply for loans to help finance big-ticket expenses such as a house or a higher education. If your credit score needs a boost, don’t despair. Here are six practical strategies to increase it.

Unique Ways to Commemorate Memorial Day
10 ideas for honoring the military on May 28th

Whether or not you have a friend or relative who is serving in the military, Memorial Day is a …

How to Celebrate Father’s Day on a Budget
Give your dad a frugal Father’s Day he’ll never forget

With Father’s Day coming soon, it’s time to start thinking about how to give your dad the best …
How to Complete a SWOT Analysis for Your Business
Taking a candid look at the internal and external factors that influence your strategy

It is imperative to take the time to analyze your business and determine both its present and …
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