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December 2018

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Join Us For A Beautiful Holiday Celebration Concert
Be our guest with a free ticket on Heritage Bank...

Your Ticket is FREE with either a food or monetary donation to the Food Bank of Northern NV.
Join us Saturday, December 15th at 7:30pm or Sunday, December 16th at 3:00pm at UNR's Nightingale Concert Hall.
Tickets can be picked up at Heritage Bank at 2330 S. Virginia St. or
at MacLean Financial Group
1325 Airmotive Way, Ste.390 Reno.

Positioning Your Product in the Proper Market Context
Proper market positioning can be the key to a successful business

Even if you are the best at what you do, that could mean very little if your brand is unable to set itself apart from the competition and capture customers.

Claiming Business-Related Education Expenses
What does and does not qualify as an expense that you can claim on your taxes

Being a lifelong learner is an admirable quality, but some knowledge comes with a hefty price tag.

How to Give Back During the Holiday Season
Get into the spirit of generosity by sharing with your community

Though it may not seem like it, a simple donation or act of kindness can make a world of difference for those who are in need.

Sending Employees Abroad
Careful planning is key to successful international assignments

In today’s global economy, sending workers on out-of-country assignments is a necessity for many companies.

Keeping Customers Happy for Better Retention
Use these seven strategies to enhance customer satisfaction

While attracting new customers is crucial for any thriving business, it’s just as important to focus on keeping current customers.

ICBA 2018 Community Banker of the Year Western Region, Stan Wilmoth President and CEO, Heritage Bank of Nevada
SHINING IN TOUGH TIMES For Stan Wilmoth, leading Heritage Bank of Nevada is about more than being the boss. It’s about digging in and helping his community through good times and bad.

"Stan is a great community activist and a leader," says Bob Cashell, who was mayor of Reno from 2002 to 2014. "I remember how he helped a lot of small businesses stay in business [during the recession]. He’s very supportive of different causes around here, and I appreciate that." Even now, as the economy recovers, Wilmoth says solving customers’ problems is one of his true pleasures.

New Year’s Traditions from Around the World
Ring in the New Year with these international traditions
As the old year concludes and the New Year begins, people across the United States celebrate in accordance with common traditions. However, these …

How to Set Attainable Goals for the New Year
Setting goals that you can achieve in 2019
Making resolutions is a tradition for many people who want to start the New Year off fresh and focused. Whether you’re determined to revamp your …

Fitness Classes to Try in the New Year
Energizing exercise forms to add to your workout repertoire
Getting into shape, or staying in shape, is a common goal to set for the new year. But sometimes going for a run or hitting the gym becomes tedious …

Unusual Christmas Movies You Forgot Existed
Shake up your holiday with these overlooked Christmas movies
Despite the merits of classics like “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Miracle on 34th Street,” you might be craving a little variety in your holiday …

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