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Central Bank of Kansas City’s Impact...
...through the NMTC Program for JAKC

Megan Sturges Stanfield in Biztown
As a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), the CDFI Fund has awarded Central Bank of Kansas City numerous New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Allocations. To promote economic growth and community development, the NMTC Program offers private investors a credit on federal income taxes for contributing to projects that serve low-income communities. Junior Achievement of Greater Kansas City (JAKC) is one of the most recent businesses to benefit from the NMTC Program. It will soon unveil a groundbreaking, 22-000-square-foot educational facility just off W 47th Avenue and Mission Road.

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Getting Ahead

Starting a Financial Account for Your Child
Tips for starting your kid’s first checking or savings account

In order for your child to save a successful future, it’s important they learn crucial life skills now while they’re young — and that’s particularly true of financial skills.

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Staying Motivated while Eliminating Debt
How to stay motivated when paying off debt

Getting out of debt is a daunting, time-consuming task, but the process can be easier when you attack it with a clear plan and focused mind.

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Entertaining Family Fun Night Ideas
Safe and easy ways to have fun together

Keeping kids entertained can be a daunting task. But you can go beyond watching movies, playing board games, and relying on video games for every family fun night.

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The Best Plants to Help Keep Pests Away
Keeping these plants and herbs around will help deter all kinds of pesky critters

Warmer weather is just around the corner, which means more time spent enjoying the great outdoors. Unfortunately, relaxing in nature often brings with it the annoyance of pests like insects, rodents, and even parasites.

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Business Banking

Common Business Budget Breakers
How you can make your business’ dollar stretch even further

When you run a small business, every dollar counts. Even with a great vision and budget sheet, you may be losing money on a regular basis by paying too much for things you need or paying for things you don’t actually need at all.

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