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The 5 Basics of Financial Literacy

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Hi! How literate are you when it comes to your finances? Brush up with these five basics: Credit and Debt – understanding how credit and debt work for and against you are some of the first steps toward understanding personal finance. While it’s not useful to be scared of credit and debt and avoid it […]

What I’ve Learned from Working at a Credit Union

What I’ve Learned from Working at a Credit Union The Credit Union Difference and the Great Basin Difference What have I learned from working at a credit union? Maybe the question should be, what haven’t  I learned? When I first started my career at Great Basin Federal Credit Union, I honestly didn’t know too much about […]

Hidden Costs of Owning a Car

Hidden Costs of Owning a Car If you live in Washoe County (or anywhere besides New York City) you probably need a car to get around. Buying a new car is an exciting and proud moment, no matter if it is your first commuter car in college, a new minivan for your expanding your family, […]

Countdown to College

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Countdown to College Most parents want to give their children the best opportunity for success, and getting into the right college may help open doors. According to the Census Bureau, 33% of American adults have a bachelor’s degree, and those with a bachelor’s degree earn 67% more on average than those with just a high […]

The Ultimate Guide to Penny Pinching

The Ultimate Guide to Penny Pinching

The Ultimate Guide to Penny Pinching How to be financially prepared for the holidays. I know some of you are going to think this is crazy, especially since it feels like we just entered our summer season, but the truth is that Christmas is 140 days away. We all know how quickly time flies and it will […]