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ANB Bank Routing Number

Posted by Jesse Shand On Jan - 18 - 2019

The ANB Bank routing number is 107001232.  The routing number for ANB Bank is used all branch locations in Colorado, Wyoming and Kansas.  The bank operates over 30 branch locations in Colorado, Wyoming and Kansas that offer a number of consumer and business banking service that employ the bank routing number, or ABA number as it is also commonly referred to, for funds transfers and financial transactions.

The bank routing number for ANB Bank also appears on the bottom of negotiable instruments such as personal checks, identifying the financial institution for various credits and debits made in the banking system.  The routing number is used to facilitate check processing for ANB Bank and the electronic routing of funds that involve an ANB Bank account.

Bank customers that are not sure what the ANB Bank routing number is use for or how to properly use this number, should contact the banking institution for additional information.  Further information on the ANB Bank routing number can be obtained by calling the bank customer service number at 866-433-0282.

The bank routing number information presented is believed to be reliable, but may have changed since this publication date, the information is not guaranteed.  Contact the bank directly for the most update and accurate information regarding the routing number and the account services offered by the bank.

Stuff your emergency fund with cash

Posted by Jorja Marion On Jan - 16 - 2019

Life rarely goes as planned. That’s why it’s always good to have an emergency fund in the bank.

Brad Smith, CEO of debt management company Rescue One Financial, in Irvine, Calif., works with more than 100,000 clients trying to avoid bankruptcy.

“Many of them could have avoided enrolling in a debt management plan had they had any type of emergency fund set up,” he says. “There are many people out there who are living so paycheck to paycheck that a blown transmission would send them into bankruptcy. An injured child or a natural disaster could easily be handled with additional funds.”

Avoid letting unexpected expenses or events lead you to financial ruin.

RBC: Switch and Get 0.5% Knocked Off Instantly!

Posted by Jesse Shand On Jan - 9 - 2019

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With the recent increase by TD Canada Trust in their line of credit interest rate, it has left many clients angry at this decision – especially when majority of people that this affected have been great clients in perspective to their payments.

That said, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is running a promotion which will definitely be something a lot of might be interested in, seeing as it knocks off 0.5% off their home equity credit line.

RBC is allowing you to have 0.5% dropped instantly when you switch to an RBC Homeline Plan credit line.

The interest rate you will receive is 3.5% (prime + 0.5%) – this would allow you to save as much as $5,000 in interest payments!

To showcase the difference in interest, I have provided a comparison in the table below:

Amount Interest Rate Annual Interest

Amount Interest Rate Annual Interest
Without RBC
Homeline Plan®
credit line$100,000Prime + 1%$4,000 With RBC
Homeline Plan®
credit line$100,000Prime + 0.5%$3,500

As you can see, you are able to save $500 in your annual interest on a $100,000. In 10

Tax Preparers Beware! 6th Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms Dismissal of Tax Refund Suit Due to Inability to Prove Timely Filing of Amended Return

Posted by Levi Dynon On Jan - 7 - 2019

The 6th Circuit recently taught an expensive lesson to a Michigan couple about carefully following procedure when dealing with IRS Tax Problems. In Stocker v. United States (6th Cir. 2013), the 6th Circuit affirmed the dismissal of Robert and Laurel Stocker’s suit against the IRS challenging the IRS’ denial of a $64,000 tax refund, holding that because the Stockers could not prove the timely filing of their amended federal tax return under the methods established in Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 7502, the District Court for the Western District of Michigan was correct in dismissing the case.

The Stockers’ tax problems and subsequent loss of their $64,000 refund occurred because of a seeming minor error. Following an IRS tax audit of a business in which the Stockers had invested and lost money, Mr.