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February 2013
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Tax Season and Your Financial Plan
by CNB Trust & Investment Services

Once again tax season is upon us. Although this may feel like lemons for some, there’s a good way to turn those sour lemons to sweet lemonade. You will likely have all your financial information available and organized for filing and planning with your accountant or tax advisor. This makes for a convenient time to review and update the other key aspects of your financial plan.
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ICS
Insured Cash Sweep
 
Would you like access to multi-million-dollar FDIC protection on your deposits? Earn interest at the same time? Have the ability to withdraw those funds? Now you can – through our ICS (Insured Cash Sweep) service.
 
ICS, the Insured Cash Sweep service at County National Bank, is a smart, secure, and convenient way to safeguard your large deposits. You do not have to choose between peace of mind and earning a return on your money – you can have both with ICS. 

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Boosting your Health with Supplements
Avoid potential risks when using natural remedies

Many Americans looking for a health boost are seeking out supplements. Whether they’re herbal remedies or vitamins, supplements offer a mixed bag. In some cases they have proven benefits — in other instances the science behind them is murky at best. In the worst cases they can even be dangerous, putting people at risk for health complications, according to the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM).
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What Is Your Carbon Footprint?
Discover how your daily actions create an effect on the environment

Almost everything you do has an impact on the world around you. Whether it is a small or large action, how you live your life adds up to produce your overall carbon footprint (your total effect on the environment).
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Meet David Arnett
David Arnett
David Arnett

David Arnett is the Information Technology (IT) Manager at County National Bank. He is responsible for installing, managing, and maintaining all of the computer, telephone system, network equipment, and mobile devices for the entire bank. He also manages the internal help desk staff.

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Spencer Swank Retires
Spencer Swank
Spencer Swank

Spencer Swank, Executive Vice President and C.F.O. of County National Bank, retired on January 31, 2013, after a very successful 43-year banking career. Spencer joined CNB in March of 1998, when he was hired as Vice President and C.F.O.

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Promotion Announcement
Sharon Burns
Sharon Burns

Craig S. Connor, president and C.E.O. of County National Bank announced the recent promotion of Sharon Burns from second vice president – controller to second vice president – C.F.O.  As C.F.O., Sharon oversees the financial responsibilities of the bank.

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Promotion Announcement
Kelly Jensen
Kelly Jensen

Kelly Jensen, assistant vice president and branch officer was promoted to second vice president and branch administrator, Craig S. Connor recently announced. Kelly is now responsible for the bank’s branch operations, including all of the branch managers and branch officers reporting directly to him. His over 35 years of experience as a banker and branch manager will be of great value in his new position.

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Disclaimer - All content contained in this newsletter is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon to make any financial, accounting, tax, legal or other related decisions. Each person must consider his or her objectives, risk tolerances and level of comfort when making financial decisions and should consult a competent professional advisor prior to making any such decisions. Any opinions expressed through the content in this newsletter are the opinions of the particular author only.

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