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Mortgage Lending

Buying a house will probably be the most significant investment in your life. Most people require additional funding in the form of a mortgage loan in order to obtain a house. Our local mortgage lenders at our community bank in North Platte and Kearney can help you get the right loan, quickly. Learn more about working with a local lender here! 

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Things Every First Home Buyer Should Know

If you’ve only rented properties like apartments, condos or townhomes your whole life, then you probably understand how exciting the thought is to finally purchase and own a house that you can truly call yours. Naturally, there’s a lot of financial responsibility that comes with this territory, not to mention maintenance upkeep, HOA compliance, and so forth. Still, you know that having the freedom of your own home is worth navigating these first-time homeowner responsibilities, and we applaud you for that!

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Diversification in Retirement Savings

In about every article you read on investing money for retirement, the term "diversification" is used. But, what does that mean? Read on to learn how your local Community Bank can play a key role in helping you diversify your retirement savings.

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6 Post-Yahoo Settlement Data Breach Liability Dangers

<a href="http://cyberscout.com/education/blog/6-post-yahoo-settlement-data-breach-liability-dangers"> 6 Post-Yahoo Settlement Data Breach Liability Dangers</a>
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently toughened cybersecurity reporting guidelines for public companies, and days later Yahoo agreed to pay $80 million to settle a milestone class-action lawsuit brought by investors who claimed the...

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5 Things You Need to Know About Botnets

<a href="http://cyberscout.com/education/blog/5-things-you-need-to-know-about-botnets"> 5 Things You Need to Know About Botnets</a>
There's a common denominator between the surges of phishing email that continue to plague consumers, businesses and government agencies around the globe and the social media-fueled propaganda campaigns Russia has leveraged to undermine...

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CyberScout Chairman Adam Levin Talks Cyber on PBS

Cyberscout Chairman and Founder Adam Levin appeared on the PBS program “White House Chronicle” in a wide-ranging interview touching on everything from his work as Director of Consumer Affairs for the State of Jersey and co-founder...

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Cyberattack on Saudi Facility May Indicate an Alarming New Threat

<a href="http://cyberscout.com/education/blog/cyberattack-on-saudi-facility-may-indicate-an-alarming-new-threat">Cyberattack on Saudi Facility May Indicate an Alarming New Threat</a>
The New York Times reported this week on a hacking attempt at a petrochemical plant in Saudi Arabia last August that sought to physically sabotage the facilities and trigger an explosion. This represents a potentially alarming new trend in cyber...

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Bombshell: Air-Gapped Computers Can Be Hacked with Speakers, Headphones, and Earbuds

<a href="http://cyberscout.com/education/blog/bombshell-air-gapped-computers-can-be-hacked-with-speakers-headphones-and-earbuds">Bombshell: Air-Gapped Computers Can Be Hacked with Speakers, Headphones, and Earbuds</a>
Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev made a startling discovery that may change the way cybersecurity is handled in the future. One standard precaution to safeguard data is to store it on an air-gapped device. That’s IT-speak for a...

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Tax refund fraud: how to respond to it

Tax refund fraud: how to respond to it

For many people, knowing a tax refund is on the way can be a big relief, an exciting treat, or both. And the sooner the refund arrives the better. For victims of tax identity theft, however, the wait can drag on for almost a year. Not to mention...

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How a Picture Could Rob You Blind

<a href="http://cyberscout.com/education/blog/how-a-picture-could-rob-you-blind">How a Picture Could Rob You Blind</a>
Unless you live in a pineapple under the sea with a talking sponge, you’re probably familiar with the never-ending parade of cute animal pictures sent by text and email—friend to friend, email list to subscriber—and everywhere you look on social...

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