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Our Story September 11, 2019

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The Impeccable Irene September 4, 2019

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It’s winning season! Simply use your Great Basin Visa Credit Card, or any other Visa,... Read More September 3, 2019
A rate discount when you purchase from Enterprise and finance with Great Basin is just... Read More August 31, 2019
The Sparks Crossing Branch is temporarily closed due to an emergency; everyone is safe. We... Read More August 30, 2019
There is a new type of fraud on the rise called a Port-Out Scam. Learn... Read More August 30, 2019
We will be closed this Saturday through Monday in observance of Labor Day. Most transactions... Read More August 30, 2019
The Northwest Branch’s drive-up ATM is down and unfortunately will not be able to be... Read More August 29, 2019
Who’s going to the rib cook off this weekend?? Read More August 29, 2019
Explore The Credit Union Difference and the Great Basin Difference https://www.greatbasin.org/16949/ive-learned-working-credit-union/What I’ve Learned from Working... Read More August 29, 2019

Our Story

Our Story As a credit union, we can be rather humble about what we do in our jobs day to day. We know that we help people through some of the toughest times of their lives, but it’s just what we do. You might think I am being dramatic. The toughest times? What does that […]

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, […]

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 […]

5 Steps Towards Healthy Credit

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Credit Tips from your Credit Union and TransUnion 5 Steps Towards Healthy Credit: Pay your bills on time every month. Late payments, collections, and bankruptcies have the greatest negative effect on your credit scores. Check your credit reports regularly and remove inaccuracies. Visit annualcreditreport.com to obtain a free copy of your credit report. If you […]