Alpine Bank Loves Educators!

Alpine Bank Loves Educators!

August 4, 2020

Alpine Bank loves educators! You all work tirelessly to help teach the youth in our communities. Many of you also use your own money to purchase supplies for your classrooms and students in need. To better support you we have created the Teacher Reimbursement Program. Alpine Bank will reimburse teachers for school supplies up to …

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Networking Amid COVID-19

Networking Amid COVID-19

July 23, 2020

Networking Amid COVID-19 Companies are rethinking how they approach many facets of their business in response to COVID-19. How do you network when you can’t meet face-to-face? You get creative with your social media, write a blog or return to the time-honored tradition of phone calls. Get old-fashioned Many of us keep a phone on …

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Rethinking Your Office Space Amid COVID-19

Rethinking Your Office Space Amid COVID-19

July 22, 2020

As you begin to move employees back into your office space, consider measures to keep everyone safe, such as partitions, one-way corridors, and additional cleaning procedures. The way we do business has changed quite a bit in recent months due to COVID-19. Some businesses have had to rethink their entire model, while others are looking …

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From Used to New

From Used to New

July 16, 2020

When you look into your closets, drawers, attic, garage or storage unit do you see random “stuff” you don’t want or need any more? What to do with it? Give it to a friend or relative? Donate to charity? Try to sell it? All are good options, but there’s an alternative you may not have …

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Estate Planning Now

Estate Planning Now

July 16, 2020

COVID-19 has reminded people that life is fragile and fleeting. While we’d prefer to focus on things like mindless Netflix shows in the wake of the pandemic, social distancing and stay-at-home orders have provided many people with a lot of extra time on their hands, so it is the perfect time to create an estate …

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COVID-19 Spurs Elder Scams

COVID-19 Spurs Elder Scams

July 16, 2020

Older adults have always been a primary target for scams in part because scammers know they have money and in part because they are particularly vulnerable. Scammers have become especially active during the COVID-19 pandemic, employing age-old scams in new and malicious ways to exploit the fears and uncertainty of the moment. With social distancing …

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Educating Teens about Online Fraud

Educating Teens about Online Fraud

July 16, 2020

Teenagers have been active users of social media for years, and with schools across the country closed for months now and social distancing rules drastically limiting opportunities to interact with friends, their online activity has only increased. Not surprisingly, many cyber criminals are turning to social media as a means of targeting teenagers, and it …

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Join Us In Celebrating Colorado Day 2020!

Join Us In Celebrating Colorado Day 2020!

July 3, 2020

Colorado became a state in 1876, exactly 100 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, earning it the moniker of Centennial State. Colorado Day is an annual observance that commemorates the state’s birthday on August 1, 1876. Alpine Bank, with 40 branches in 29 communities from Durango to Denver, is celebrating the 144th Colorado …

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Hope is Essential for Make-A-Wish Colorado

Hope is Essential for Make-A-Wish Colorado

July 1, 2020

With all that’s going on in the world right now, a lot of people are feeling anxious or discouraged about what we can’t do. We can’t go to concerts, ballgames or have a large celebration at a restaurant. In-school learning is very much up in the air and there’s a possibility that any long-term plan …

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Q&A with Amanda Miller, Vice President, Alpine Bank Wealth Management

Q&A with Amanda Miller, Vice President, Alpine Bank Wealth Management

June 18, 2020

Q: Did the CARES Act ease retirement account rules? A: The short answer is yes! The recently enacted Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, together with new IRS and Treasury announcements, have temporarily changed deadlines, age restrictions and dollar amounts for certain retirement account transactions, helping to put a little more money into …

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