March 2020
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Helping Children in our Community Learn at Home
CBKC helps tee up students at Garfield Elementary to succeed at remote learning during school closures


When the COVID-19 pandemic forced local schools to close on March 13, we at Central Bank of Kansas City had a hunch they’d need our support, now more than ever! What were students to do without access to learning supplies and the daily support they receive in their classrooms? We wanted to help our teachers and students in whatever way we could, so we reached out to our neighbors at Garfield Elementary to see where we could help.

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News & Events

Banking Updates


Our priority during this time of uncertainty is balancing the well-being of our customers and employees with continuing to provide access to essential financial services. To keep this balance, we made some adjustments to our normal operations.

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Getting Ahead

How to Collect Social Security
Social Security benefits 101


Designed to help support you after you’ve stopped working (a minimum of 10 years) and complement your savings account and other investments, Social Security is based on the taxes you’ve paid on the money you’ve earned in your lifetime.

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Lifestyle

Indoor Games for Active Children
These fun games will keep the kids occupied


Active kids can get restless pretty easily if they’re cooped up inside the house with nothing to do. To ease the stress of keeping them occupied and pleasant, consider the following indoor games for active children.

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Business Banking

SBA Providing Low-Interest Disaster Loans
Info from KCSourceLink and SBA


KCSourceLink has some great information about the Small Business Administration (SBA) Lending Program:

“On March 21, SBA funding became available for small businesses in Kansas and Missouri. The loans, which can go up to $2 million, can be used to pay financial obligations and operating expenses that could have been met if not for the coronavirus outbreak.”

This articles answers many questions and has some tips: Everything You Need to Know about SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans—and Some Things You Didn’t Even Know to Ask.

Another source is the SBA website for information.

 
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