January 2019
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Central Bank of Kansas City loves to be a part of a growing, vibrant city. Watch how we've partnered with some great organizations like Operation Breakthrough, DEED Foundation, Q39 and Linwood Area Ministry Place!
Free Tax Preparation Assistance
See if You Qualify


Connecting for Good now hosts several IRS-sponsored Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) tax preparation sites in the Kansas City area in partnership with the Greater KC United Way. VITA offers FREE tax help to hard-working taxpayers with household incomes of $60,000 and below who cannot prepare their own tax returns. (Keep reading for locations and hours of sites)
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Tips for Beating the Winter Blues
Ward off the winter doldrums with these healthy habits


Do holiday stress and shorter days have you feeling grumpy and lethargic? Try these tips and say goodbye to the winter blues.
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How to Avoid Germs in the Workplace
Increase your chances at staying healthy at work


Regardless of the influx of sicknesses going around at work, you can fight back without hurting your sick coworkers.
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What is the Retirement Earnings Test?
What to know about Social Security heading into retirement

If you are planning on drawing on your Social Security benefits before you reach the full retirement age, you will need to take the Retirement Earnings Test. The results of this test will have a significant impact on the money you are able to draw to supplement your income leading into your official retirement.
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Start the New Year off Right with These Savings Tips
Fresh financial habits to maximize your savings

A new year is a great time for a money makeover. If you struggle with saving, or want to save even more than you do already, here are seven strategies worth implementing.
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Staying Focused as a Small-Business Owner
How to remain aware of operations on macro and micro levels

Everyone gets distracted from time to time. For those running small businesses, distractions are not only more frequent but also more detrimental to success.
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