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Nesbitt brothers hope for replay of last season’s success

It’s a sweltering summer day in early August.  Brothers Joe and Tom Nesbitt stroll down onto the football field at Waco ISD Stadium where they are set to film a series of short promotional videos for their second season as

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What is “PCI compliance”? And, does it concern my business?

You may have recently received some information in the mail regarding “PCI compliance”.  Or, perhaps you just noticed a “PCI Validation Fee” on your monthly merchant processing statement.  Or, maybe a sales representative for a merchant processor called to inform

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Four Tips for Financial Survival: College Edition

Your college years are an exciting time—a time to learn more about yourself and about life.  College prepares you for the future.  However, the way you handle your finances now will have a big impact on the rest of your

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Five things you can do right now to save on credit card processing fees

For many businesses, accepting credit cards is a necessary method of collecting payments. And unlike cash, credit card payments cut into the profitability of a sale. It’s left many businesses wondering what they can do to keep their fees as

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Behind on property taxes? There are options.

At this time of year, property owners who are unable to pay their tax bill in full are faced with the possibility of incurring expensive penalties and interest, in addition to being in danger of losing their property if the

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Good sense & credit cards

We live in a plastic world. And by plastic, I’m not referring to plastic surgery. I’m talking about the 54 mm by 86 mm piece of plastic we carry with us at almost all times — our credit cards. According

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Brothers with CNB ties make waves with Waco High Radio

Central National Bank’s Joe Nesbitt has always had a fondness for radio.  As a child, he and his older brothers, Tom and Bill, would oftentimes sit in the living room listening to sports broadcasts on the radio. “To this day,

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