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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
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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

Understanding the new small business tax deduction

One of the central pieces of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is corporate tax reform. Corporate tax rates were cut to a flat rate of 21% from 35% Tax rates lowered Still, most U.S. companies are not large corporations, but rather small businesses. The Small Business Administration defines a small business as one that […]

The Tax Reform Everyone’s Talking About

I know that many of my clients have been reading and talking about the tax reform that Congress recently passed—which is the most significant tax overhaul in decades, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. You may be seeking some clarity on the changes and how they may impact you. I have included this guide from […]

Tax Planning Checklist

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Happy Holiday Greetings, As year-end approaches, I want to send a quick reminder about important tax planning deadlines. The following checklist can help you simplify and manage these critical deadlines as you take advantage of opportunities to help reduce your 2017 tax burden.  December 31st marks the deadline for:   Gifts and Charitable Contributions:  Making tax-year […]

Thanksgiving Traditions

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner! This year, why not throw in one or two new activities and see how they are received by your guests? If they are enjoyed, you may have a few fun Thanksgiving traditions for years to come! Here are some simple tradition-starting ideas that cost virtually nothing but can add […]