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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

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 […]

Talking Finances with your Adult Children

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Talking Finances with your Adult Children Many of my clients have asked for helpful tips they can share with their adult children on managing finances, estate planning, and particularly, what they need to know as beneficiaries. I know these conversations can be difficult to initiate, both for parents and children, and want to provide you […]

Beyond Resolutions: Keeping your Financial Paperwork in Order

Beyond Resolutions Keeping your Financial Paperwork in Order New Year’s resolutions can be great motivators, but any time of year is good to get your financial paperwork in order. Managing your important documents—whether electronic or on old-fashioned paper—can make your financial life easier.  If this is the year you said you’d finally get organized, or […]

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 […]

Welcome Associate Board Members, Darryl and Andy!

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Darryl and Andy have joined the Great Basin Federal Credit Union Volunteer Board of Directors as Associate Board Members. Darryl Van Dorn has extensive history with Credit Union products and services, with 29 years as a member of Schools First Federal Credit Union (formerly Orange County Teachers FCU). Darryl graduated from California Polytechnic State University […]