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What Should You Do With Your 401(k) When You Change Jobs? May 4, 2022

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Be More Diligent Than Ever January 13, 2022

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Year-End Tax Planning Tips December 2, 2021

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Be Aware of Online Dating Scams

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are trying online dating for the first time. Unfortunately, scammers are looking to take advantage of that. Especially during Valentine’s Day and the season of love, singles looking to make that special love connection via an online dating app need to be particularly aware of online romance scams. MatchGroup, […]

Year-End Tax Planning Tips

Everybody wants to save on their taxes. If you think tax-saving strategies are too complicated, you could be missing out on tax savings. There are a few simple tax-saving strategies available to nearly everyone. Tax planning is more than completing and filing your state and federal taxes. Year-end tax planning means going over potential tax […]

Cheat Sheet to Sending your Child to College

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College marks a great milestone in a child’s life. It may be the first time he or she will live away from home. Dropping off your child at college may be an experience loaded with emotions, so here are a few tips for a smoother transition. Accept that the Parent-Child Dynamic Has Changed Your child […]

Three Key Steps for Female Entrepreneurs

Hi from your Financial Consultant, Steve! I recently learned that women launch and lead businesses at a rate five times faster than the national average. Women are also majority owners of nearly 40% of the country’s businesses, up from 29% in 2007.1 However, for many entrepreneurs, building an equally strong personal financial plan sometimes takes […]

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 […]

 

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