2024 CNB Scholarship Recipients and CNB News in May.

2024 CNB Scholarship Recipients and CNB News in May.

We were honored to award two CNB scholarship recipients at the Area 12 Texas FFA Association convention. Congratulations to Mason Liefeste of Cameron Yoe FFA and Paden Maass of Elgin FFA, recipients of the 2024 Citizens National Bank Scholarships! At CNB, we believe in the power of community, and supporting education is one of the many ways we aim to make a positive impact.

Read More
Unmasking PPP Fraudsters

Unmasking PPP Fraudsters

In the tumultuous landscape of economic recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic, relief programs like the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) served as a lifeline for struggling businesses. However, alongside genuine efforts to provide aid, a darker side emerged, PPP fraud. Among the myriad of schemes, one tactic involves fraudsters posing as law enforcement officers or bank representatives, preying on the vulnerability and desperation of small business owners. Let's explore how to shield ourselves from falling victim to such deception.

Read More
CNB in the Community and CNB News in April.

CNB in the Community and CNB News in April.

One of our core values at CNB is Community. We strive to make a positive difference in our communities. Here are a few activities from this month.

Read More
Understanding APY: How Your Money Grows

Understanding APY: How Your Money Grows

Let's delve into the intricacies of annual percentage yield and how it shapes your financial decisions. APY is a fundamental concept in finance, and grasping its implications can empower you to make informed choices about your investments.

Read More
CNB Commercial Real Estate Quarterly Report Q1 2024

CNB Commercial Real Estate Quarterly Report Q1 2024

Key Takeaways - Despite national economic uncertainty, strong growth is expected for the Austin economy in 2024. - Commercial real estate outlooks are mixed with weakening demand and the sizeable amount of new construction slated for delivery being the main concerns. - The US 10-Year Treasury and mortgage rates rise from year-end numbers due to stubborn inflation.

Read More
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player
Interactive Video Player