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February 2020

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Should You Schedule a Staff Retreat?
Looking at the upsides of getting out of the office with your team


Staff retreats can be a great way to forge bonds within your team, building relationships that will allow your personnel to work together more efficiently and effectively.


Make Your Business Easier for Customers to Recommend
Make sure the good word gets out there


When your company is up and running, you want potential clients to know all about your successes. You can promote them yourself, but recommendations from your customers will have a much bigger effect.


Navigating Taxes in the Gig Economy
Paying your taxes as a gig worker doesn’t need to come with a headache


If you’re part of the growing wave of professionals in gig jobs — the term used to describe freelance positions, contract work or side-hustles like driving for Uber or Lyft — you might need to adjust your understanding of the tax system.


4 Ways You Can Accidentally Ruin Workplace Morale
Don’t hurt your business and staff


It doesn’t take deliberate sabotage to ruin the peace in your office.


Should You Outsource Building Cleaning?
Pros and cons of outsourced vs in-house cleaning


When it comes to keeping your business facilities clean, should you rely on an in-house cleaning team or hire a professional cleaning service?


How to Use Social Media to Generate Leads
Grow your customer base with these easy strategies


Whether you sell products, provide services or offer consultations, a well-managed social media presence can help you connect with potential clients.


Financial Reasons to Move Your Company's Headquarters
Ways that moving your primary address can pay off


As your company evolves over time, so do your business needs — and the campus you originally selected as your headquarters may no longer be suitable.


Ash Greenspan Joins Heritage Bank
Welcome Ash to the position of Manager at our Corporate & Mill Street Branch


Please help us welcome Ash Greenspan to Heritage Bank. Ash joined the bank as Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager at our Corporate and Mill Street Branch location. He has over 17 years of banking experience in northern Nevada, most recently as Regional Manager with Greater Nevada Credit Union. Ash began his banking career with Wells Fargo and has extensive banking experience. He is knowledgeable ready to assist you with all of your banking needs. Ash holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration-Management from the University of Nevada, Reno. He is also a graduate of the Western Credit Union National Association Management School.  Please stop by the Corporate and Mill Street Branch and welcome Ash.

4 Ways to Get Kids Interested in Reading
How to get your kid to love reading
Instilling a love of reading in children can fuel their imaginations, fill their hearts and expand their knowledge now and throughout their lives.

3 Ways to Make Your Car Last Longer
Extend the life of your vehicle
In order for your vehicle to function well and provide an enjoyable driving experience later down the line, it’s important to take good care of its …

Tax Filing Tips for Retirees
What you should know about filing taxes after age 65
When you’re retired and on a fixed income, tax mistakes can have lasting repercussions. Keep these tax filing tips in mind when tax season comes …

Don’t Skip These 5 Spring Films
You won’t want to miss these intriguing new movies
Get to know more about these upcoming releases and you might discover your new favorite film.

3 Tasty and Healthy On-the-Go Snacks
Delicious homemade snacks your active family will love
While you can buy pre-made, packaged snacks to regulate your family’s nutritional intake, you can save money and avoid preservatives by making your …

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