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Spending Triggers May 5, 2020

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Pullbacks, Corrections, and Bear Markets May 5, 2020

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April is National Credit Union Youth Month! April 24, 2020

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Financial Self Care April 16, 2020

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How Will COVID-19 Impact Market Outlook? April 8, 2020

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What You Should Know About the Stimulus Checks April 2, 2020

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Small Business Relief March 30, 2020

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A Letter From Jennifer March 30, 2020

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Coronavirus March 16, 2020

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Pay Yourself First February 19, 2020

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Meet the Great Basin Leadership Team

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Meet the Great Basin Federal Credit Union Leadership Team   Jennifer Denoo – President/CEO Jennifer joined Great Basin Federal Credit Union as a teller in 1994. She worked in a variety of positions including loan officer, human resources and collector before becoming the collections manager in 1999. In 2004, she was named the credit union’s […]

Diversification in Market Volatility

When we see a change in our investments we may instinctively want to pull out of the market or sell under-performing investments as soon as volatility is seen on the horizon. However, taking yourself out of the game could mean losing out on potential opportunities and putting your savings at risk. The best and most […]

Legacy Planning

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A common misconception about legacy planning is that only the very wealthy leave legacies. But nothing could be further from the truth. That’s because your legacy is about far more than the money or assets you leave to loved ones or the organizations you support. It’s also about the family history, values and traditions you […]

3 Big Social Security Changes to Expect in 2018

Should retirees be expecting a hefty raise or a pay cut in 2018? by Sean Williams Mar 4, 2017 at 6:43AM The 2018 Social Security changes were announced in mid-October. You can read all about the big changes here. Please note that the Social Security Administration lowered the maximum taxable earnings cap to $128,400 in […]

What 2018 Tax Reforms Mean for Investors

What 2018 Tax Reforms Mean for Investors Jason Bortz Senior Counsel and Senior Vice President     KEY TAKEAWAYS Tax reform presents important changes for investors, while also preserving several areas some thought could change. 529s get more useful, while 401(k) plans remain mostly unchanged.  Planning opportunities abound especially for high net worth clients, business […]