Be a Natural Beauty

Be a Natural Beauty

August 13, 2020

For some of us living green means avoiding ingredients that can endanger our health. For others living green can mean avoiding ingredients that contain animal products or that have been tested on animals. That’s why making your own beauty products (many of which, when manufactured commercially, are far from green) is such a great idea. …

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Mind Your Money!

Mind Your Money!

August 13, 2020

Your financial well-being is important, and Alpine Bank is committed to providing you with the resources you need to succeed. We are thrilled to introduce a new personalized financial education tool to help you mind your money. Learn more about important personal finance topics such as budgeting, investing, homeownership, retirement planning and more. Highlights of …

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Q&A with Darla Daniel, Vice President – Trust Counsel, Alpine Bank Wealth Management

Q&A with Darla Daniel, Vice President – Trust Counsel, Alpine Bank Wealth Management

August 13, 2020

Darla Daniel, Vice President – Trust Counsel, Alpine Bank Wealth Management Estate Planning 101  Q1:  What is the difference between a general durable power of attorney and a medical durable power of attorney and why do I need both? A: A general durable power of attorney is one in which you appoint a family member, …

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Scams Target Small Businesses

Scams Target Small Businesses

August 13, 2020

Scams Target Small Businesses Small businesses have long been a target of scammers and, as technology continues to advance, the scams have become more sophisticated and harder to defend against.  Businesses need to be on the lookout for these scams, some of which have been around for years, while others are riding the wave of …

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Investing During COVID-19

Investing During COVID-19

August 13, 2020

The arrival of COVID-19 has turned the world upside down over the past few months and that includes many people’s investments. With the onset of social distancing and the shutdown of businesses across the country, many investors saw the value of their retirement savings plummet. Though the market has since rebounded, it is unclear how …

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Small Businesses Surveyed

Small Businesses Surveyed

August 13, 2020

A recent survey from the NFIB Research Center revealed that 27% of business owners reported experiencing a significant or moderate increase in sales as a result of eased restrictions related to the coronavirus.[1] An additional 27% reported a “slight” increase. Forty-two percent reported experiencing no change. National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Director of Research …

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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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PCs for People Help Coloradans Get Online

PCs for People Help Coloradans Get Online

August 4, 2020

Source. Refurbish. Distribute. Support. That’s the four-step approach undertaken by PCs for People, a nonprofit established in 1998 that’s committed to leveling up digital equity and digital inclusion for kids, families, individuals and organizations in Colorado and across the nation. On April 22, PCs for People retrieved 440 computers from Alpine Bank’s central operations facility …

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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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