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Celebrating Earth Day 2020

Earth Day is an annual worldwide movement that invites people to protect our planet. This year, however, will be a bit different. It will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the movement and will go digital for the first time.

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April is Financial Literacy Month

Many of us are thinking a lot about our finances lately and the economic worries we may now be facing. None of us could have predicted these health and financial challenges but we can, however, educate ourselves and prepare for the future. Below are several resources designed to guide improvement in financial capabilities and to promote financial well-being for all ages.

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Tips for First Time Home Buyer Success

By Levi Walker, Mortgage Loan Originator Okay, so you are a first time home buyer and you’re tired of paying your landlords mortgage, couch surfing with friends, or ready to move out of your paternal basement. What do you do and where do you even...

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Did you hear the news?

By Melissa Glenn, SBA Relationship ManagerDid you hear the news? Core Bank launched a podcast! Why? To benefit YOU. As the saying goes, ‘when opportunity knocks, open the door!’ This is true, but here at Core Bank, we also believe in creating...

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Knowledge is power. It’s time to learn.

You spend a lot of time working IN your business. When is the last time you spent quality, focused time working ON your business, with input and guidance from business experts? The more you work on your business, the more your business can work for you. We want to see you succeed, so Core Bank has partnered with the Nebraska Enterprise Fund and the Nebraska Business Development Center to bring to you an eight-part Small Business Training Series in 2020.

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5 Signs of a Qualified Buyer

By Monica Dahl, SBA Relationship Manager at Core Bank. The Core Bank team recently had the privilege of sponsoring the “Plan for Succession While Building Value: a workshop for business owners” conference hosted by the Kansas Small Business Development Center. This...

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