Financial Education

How Much House Can You Afford?

August 19, 2015 | Return to the CNB Homepage

  Ready to buy a home? How much can you afford? Determining how much “home you can afford” depends on several important factors including: Your annual gross income. You can get a very rough estimate of the affordable home price range by multiplying you annual gross income by 2.5.» Read more

“Masquerading” Wire Fraud is Big Business

July 14, 2015 | Return to the CNB Homepage

There’s a new email and wire-fraud technique that is gaining momentum. It uses social engineering to try to trick the user into believing that they are communicating with upper level management or the CEO of a company to transfer large amounts of money by wire. This technique, called » Read more

Starting a New Business: How Can CNB Help?

June 18, 2015 | Return to the CNB Homepage

By Ron Haber, 2nd Vice President - Commercial Loans Michele Bachmann is quoted as saying “Small business is the backbone of our economy. I'm for big business, too. But small business is where the jobs are generated.” As the economy slowly churns out of the “Great» Read more

5 Tips for Improving Your Credit Score

May 21, 2015 | Return to the CNB Homepage

By Jeff Jackson, Consumer Loan Officer A good credit score is crucial for your financial health. If you want to borrow money for a car or a mortgage, your credit score will be checked and your interest rate may be tied to how good your credit score is. Sometimes your» Read more

Safe Online Banking Habits

March 03, 2014 | Return to the CNB Homepage

Accessing your bank accounts online is a time-saving and convenient service that complements all of the ways you can conduct your financial business.  Through online banking, you can check your balances, make transfers, review monthly statements, pay bills, and more.  You can do this from the comfort of» Read more

Identity Theft 101

January 28, 2014 | Return to the CNB Homepage

Take a moment and count to 3. 1-2-3. In the time it took you to read those numbers, someone’s identity was stolen. It happens that quickly. Every 3.2 seconds, someone loses his or her identity.  Identify theft happens when someone steals your personal information and uses it without» Read more

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