Central National Bank appoints lending officer and chairman of Bixby market

The Central National Bank has announced its new chief loan officer and market chairman, Melissa Bixby. Bixby has taken on a new role with the team at Central National Bank, 454 S. Ohio St. in Salina. Bixby also holds the distinction of having mortgage origination experience in addition to its …

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The CARES law and mortgage agents

Abstract The CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) law provides substantial relief in the form of forbearance of up to one year to homeowners with mortgages backed by federal loans. The law, however, does not expressly provide for mortgage services, which may experience a liquidity shortage of up to …

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Achievable Cash Flow Critical to Small Business Success

All the scary references you have heard and read about money being king in your business are absolutely true. But money isn’t just king. This is the whole kingdom. Poor cash management is one of the biggest reasons many small businesses fail. Without proper cash flow planning, a cash flow …

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Denver restaurant can stay open and rehire 10 staff after securing another PPP loan

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the history’s timestamp to see when it was last updated. DENVER (KDVR) – Small businesses can once again apply for funding through the Federal Paycheck Protection Program (P3). It offers small …

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Kinara Capital Secures INR 52 Crores from IIX Women’s Livelihood Bond Series for HerVikas Low Cost Loan Program for Women Entrepreneurs

Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], March 8 (ANI / BusinessWire India): Kinara Capital, a leading socially responsible fintech promoting the financial inclusion of MSMEs, today announced that it has secured 52 crores INR from Impact Investment Exchange (IIX) for the promotion of women entrepreneurs in India. This sustainable investment fund will be …

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Bendigo Art Gallery’s Mary Quant Exhibition Takes Shape | Bendigo Advertiser

news, local news, The Swinging Sixties gradually invaded the Bendigo Art Gallery. Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary will open on March 20 as gallery staff spend the next two weeks finalizing the show. On loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the curators took on the challenge of unpacking …

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How ads do a terrible job portraying the elderly

By Ken Dychtwald and Robert Morison, authors and Next avenue Contributors Getty (In their new book, What retirees want: a holistic view of the third age of life, authors Ken Dychtwald – a Next Avenue influencer in aging – and Robert Morison explore marketers’ misconceptions and mistakes about older Americans. …

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Trade deals like NAFTA are a threat to democracy

On the first day of his tenure, US President Joe Biden revoked the license for the controversial Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline. The partially constructed project was supposed to transport bitumen from the Alberta tar sands to refineries on the Gulf Coast in the United States. Green light by Donald Trump …

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Keizer’s pandemic loans topped $ 18 million

New data from the wage protection loan program initiated in response to the coronavirus pandemic shows how much Keizer companies have benefited from federal aid. A full list of recipients at the bottom of the story. Keizer’s businesses have received $ 18.01 million in pandemic relief over the past nine …

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Liverpool’s Takumi Minamino signs loan deal at Southampton

London – Liverpool midfielder Takumi Minamino has joined Premier League rivals Southampton on loan for the remainder of the season, the south coast club announced on Monday. The 26-year-old Japan international, who can play on the wing or as a second striker, was signed by Liverpool from Austria’s RB Salzburg …

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