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    Local Bank and Local Art Gallery are Partnering to Display a Never-Before-Seen Art Exhibit by Late St. Louis Artist, John M. Heller

    May 1, 2017 – Reliance Bank and Kodner Gallery Fine Art, two locally owned and locally managed businesses, are partnering to exhibit the never-before-seen original paintings by well known St. Louis artist, John M. Heller (1891-1971). All artworks will be on exhibition and available for purchase May 12 – May 31, 2017 at Reliance Bank’s […]

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    Reliance Bank Officially Breaks Ground in Rock Hill

    ST. LOUIS, April 7, 2017 – Today, Thomas H. Brouster Sr., Chairman & CEO of Reliance Bank along with local city officials, including Mayor of Rock Hill – Ed Mahan, came together for a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Reliance Bank branch located at 9420 Manchester Road in Rock Hill. The new branch is scheduled […]

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    5 Simple Ways You Can Become More Involved in Your Local Community Today

    There’s no doubt about it – St. Louis is a great place to live. From the amazing food (toasted ravioli and gooey butter cake, anyone?) to the eclectic neighborhoods, our city is full of talented people who are passionate about what they do. We as citizens of St. Louis have the unique opportunity to shape […]

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    5 Simple Ways You Can Protect Yourself From Spyware

    Spyware is an insidious application that sneaks into your computer practically unnoticed. It can arrive bundled with freeware or shareware, come attached in an email or through an instant messenger, or can appear unbidden when you click on a web page. This technology silently wheedles its way through your system, collecting valuable information about you […]

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    6 Cool Facts About Money in Antarctica

    When you think of Antarctica, you probably conjure images of penguins shuffling joyfully on the ice, whales breaching the surface of the Southern Ocean, and vast landscapes of snow and ice. You might even be shivering just thinking about it! Even in the most pristine, untouched region on Earth, money still matters in Antarctica. Here […]

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    3 Smart Tips to Help Young People Build Credit for the First Time

    Have you ever wondered how you can get a loan or a credit card? The answer may seem simple – you present the bank with a good credit history, which demonstrates your financial responsibility. The catch, however, is that in order to get approved for loans or credit cards, you must have credit, which is […]

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    5 Crucial Steps to Take Immediately After Identity Theft

    Identity theft can happen to anyone at any time. Unfortunately, it happens more than most might think. According to the 2016 Identity Theft study, 13.1 million people fell victim to identity theft in a year. This includes credit card fraud, false applications for new credit, social security fraud, fraudulent withdrawals from a bank account, fraudulent […]

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    The Origin of U.S. Coin Names

    Do you wonder where we got the names of our coins? Some of them might seem obvious (we’re looking at you, quarter), but what about some of the other coins? We’re here to shed some light on the origin of our coins’ names. Read all about them below! Penny – “Penny” derives from an Old […]

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    New Year, New Passwords: Why You Should Change Your Passwords Today

    You know the saying “out with the old, in with the new,” right? It’s frequently said around this time of year – a time in which new, bold possibilities lie ahead of us after the dawn of another new year. This age-old adage should also be applied to something you don’t think about until you […]

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    5 Smart Ways You Can Pay Off Debt Early

    If you want to become debt-free but have plenty of bills and credit cards to pay off, you’re probably wondering how you can ever reach financial freedom. You aren’t alone! According to a 2014 NerdWallet survey, the average household in the United States has more than $15,000 in credit card debt. You don’t have to […]

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