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SHRED DAY 2018 - FREE for the community!

Friday, October 19th

2-5pm shred truck will be here


Come in and buy some baked treats for a good cause!

9am - noon
As technology changes and your business grows and evolves, your financial needs change as well along with how you interact with your bank. Let us show you how some of these products and services can make banking easier and more efficient.

We would love to help you with any of these business resources. Please feel free to contact us anytime to discuss or schedule an appointment.

Dos and Don’ts of Social Media Posting
Tips for helping your business establish a productive social media presence
Social media posting can be a powerful tool for your business. Sree Sreenivasan of The New York Times points out that it can help you better connect with your audience, elevate your brand and draw more attention to your products. For all its usefulness, posting on Facebook, Twitter or other platforms presents potential hazards of which you should be aware.

Self-Employment Tax Tips
Staying on top of your business means staying on top of your taxes
Being self-employed comes with risks and costs you normally avoid when working for someone else. One of the best ways to maintain a strong business or to be a successful freelancer is to maximize your tax benefits, and fortunately the tax code was written in a way that helps you accomplish just that.

Do You Need an App for Your Business?
Creating an app could help your business differentiate itself from the competition
While a mobile app isn’t easy to set up, nor is it necessary for every business, you should still determine if your business needs an app to stay relevant in the digital age.

How to Handle Personally Identifiable Information
Does your organization adequately handle sensitive information?
The term “personally identifiable information,” according to the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, refers to any information that can be used to uniquely indentify, contact or locate an individual. Many different organizations collect and use PII to for their operations, and it falls to the organization to protect those records and to use them conscientiously.

Make Yardwork Fun This Autumn
Transform your outdoor chores into fun this fall
These tips should serve to make your autumn yardwork a bit more fun, which will help the tasks to fly by. With your to-do list including weeding, fertilizing, mulching, planting, trimming and …

What to Know When Buying or Building a Fire Pit
Tips to help you buy or build the best and safest fire pit possible
By incorporating a fire pit into your outdoor decor, you can spend more evenings roasting marshmallows, telling stories and enjoying time together with friends and family all from the comfort of …

The 5 Best True Crime Podcasts
These five true crime podcasts feature deep reporting, expert storytelling
True crime podcasts are habit-forming: once you’ve listened to one, you’ll want another. With so many options to choose from across all podcasting services, it might prove something of a challenge …

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