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Smart Companies-KC welcomes Eric Comeau, the Kansas City Market President of Sunflower Bank. Sunflower Bank, a long-standing name across Kansas but a relative newcomer to Kansas City. Sunflower Bank is a $1.7 billion community bank founded in 1892 in Salina, Kansas and has recently moved into the Kansas City area with three locations. The Bank has 39 locations in Kansas, Missouri, and Colorado.
On this episode discover what it's like to work with a community bank and learn how community banks such as Sunflower can be a good choice for small businesses.
To hear more shows with host Kelly Scanlon, please visit the archives.
We are about to gather in the harvest of the seed we have sown over the years. For years we have been making deposits into our heavenly bank account, and that has accumulated.
In this episode, we will discuss what God has to say to us about the season of reaping, and what to expect in the harvest in our lives. What will your harvest bring?
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As parents get older, they often consider adding their children to bank accounts in order either to ease the administrative burdens of daily financial interactions, or as a very basic form of estate planning. In this podcast, attorney Brian Warens discusses the unintended and undesirable consequences of parents adding children to bank accounts and how to avoid the same.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall make people aware Private Family Banking. With a family owning their own private bank, family members will learn that they have save money and earn money within the family and promote generational wealth.
Banking is a "process" and a "private family" bank you will be allowed to circulate funds within the family (legally).
The operative terms here is "private family". You will NOT BE OFFERING SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This information is to be used ONLY for "your own family".
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CMC Radio Presents: Rudi Deruytter, CEO of CKV Bank - Part 1
Who is Karen Hudes?
Karen Hudes studied law at Yale Law School and economics at the University of Amsterdam. She worked in the US Export Import Bank of the US from 1980-1985 and in the Legal Department of the World Bank from 1986-2007. She established the Non Governmental Organization Committee of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association and the Committee on Multilateralism and the Accountability of International Organizations of the American Branch of the International Law Association.
Simplifying problems of international law and economics and finding the solutions is not an easy task. How can one planet sustain its West using counterfeit currencies, whilst the BRICS nations trade using gold?
What does the World Bank have to do with the world's gold? What is money? What are local currencies? What is country debt? How do we avoid a currency war? How do we implement debt forgiveness, forbid usury, forbid tax on income - under God's laws or natural laws, internationally.
Karen Hudes is the ideal person to discuss these issues and the remedies we seek .
If you've shopped for food lately you have seen the increase in the price of meat. It's enough to make someone go vegan! We do eat many meatless meals but I also have mostly omnivores and some carnivores in the home so it's important to be frugal.
Saving money on meat takes a little bit of skill, practice and detective work. In this show, I’m going to share with you some of the tips to saving money on meat that we’ve used over the years and some new ones I’ve just recently learned about!
If you have other tips to saving money on meat, please post a comment or connect on our Facebook Page (below) and share!
The more cooks in the kitchen the better the savings!
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In the news this week was the revelation of multiple patent applications filed by Bank Of America related to the creation of a new cryptocurrency, could it be the next Bitcoin? Why online college degrees are now the smart way to get an education. How to get prepped in one trip to Wal-Mart, $100,000 Christmas bonuses, two scams to avoid this holiday season, and will gas prices stay this low for very long?
Recent studies have found that rude behavior on the rise in America. Specifically rudeness is on the rise in social media. At any time of the day, (or night) you can turn on your computer, and see someone’s comment, a posted pic or status telling someone where he or she can go (and it isn’t to the bank).
So, is rudeness a consequence of living in the digital age - a side effect of being able to post without consequence? What affects does that have in our day-to-day lives and what can we do about it?
BONUS INTERVIEW: Edward Tonini
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CHAMBER EXCHANGE with Michelle Miller and Jennifer Walker with the Gallia County Chamber of Commerce features Kyla Carpenter, VP, Director of Marketing at the Ohio Valley Bank and Andy Gilmore, President of the Emancipation Celebration Committee.
Kyla will talk about Ohio Valley Bank’s long history of putting the Community First. Kyla will discuss the company’s many proactive initiatives including Impact Days and Buy Day Fridays, as well as their recent announcement regarding the renovation of a downtown building.
Andy Gilmore will discuss the Emancipation Celebration Committee. Ohioans have felt it important to celebrate the declaration that liberated slaves everywhere. Ohio has a tradition of observing September 22nd - the initial date that the proclamation was issued. Gallia County Ohio has celebrated the Emancipation Proclamation since 1863 .
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