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Home Buying for Millennials

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Home Buying for Millennials As a millennial myself, I always wonder why we are always the topic of conversation when it comes to businesses marketing and sales goals. The reason is simply that we are the future, and we are so “popular”  because we will soon be the largest living generation, surpassing the baby boomers. […]

Budget for the Holidays (yes, this early)

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Budget for the Holidays The moment you see the Christmas decorations coming out in stores (way too early) is about the same time you should start to budget for your holiday gift giving this year. Here are some steps to help you avoid the account draining: Make a list of people you need to buy […]

Tenure Spotlight: Aileen

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Tenure Spotlight: Aileen Meet Aileen. In June, she has worked at Great Basin Federal Credit Union for 20 years! We asked her to take a minute out of her busy day in the loan department to tell us all a little about herself. Favorite Movie: Dark Shadows Big fan of the series in the 60’s […]

Tenure Spotlight: Emily

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Meet Emily. In June, she has worked at Great Basin Federal Credit Union for 3 years! We asked her to take a minute out of her busy day in eBranch to tell us all a little about herself. Favorite thing to snack on while working: I don’t really snack while working, but my favorite snack […]

Teenagers Saving Early

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Teenagers Saving Early The saying, “it’s never too early to begin saving for retirement,” holds true at any age, even for kids in high school. In fact, if you have teens, the start of the summer job season is a great time to talk to them about starting an IRA. Due to their age, teens […]