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The College Fund

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When parents bring a child into the world they undoubtedly have hopes and aspirations for that new baby. For many they hope that their child will seek an education after high school. If saving for college is one of your goals, it is important to understand that the cost of education continues to rise with […]

 How Social Security Benefits are Taxed

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Dear friends! Despite adjustments to income tax brackets and rates under the recently enacted tax reform legislation, an increasing number of retirees find 50% of more of their Social Security benefits subject to federal taxes. That’s because the income thresholds governing the taxability of Social Security benefits have remained static for decades and have not […]

Vanguard Says It Will ‘Never’ Launch Bitcoin Fund, and It’s Not Alone

By Janet Levaux January 23, 2018 AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to EmailShare to LinkedIn3Share to TwitterShare to Facebook5Share to Google+ Vanguard CEO Tim Buckley and others discuss their views at Inside ETFs conference “We tend to stay away from assets that don’t have underlying economic value,” Buckley told CNBC. There’s plenty of interest, but not […]

New Year’s Resolutions

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New Year’s Resolutions What New Year’s resolutions are you making this year? Many times, people base their resolutions on their finances. Will you be saving more? Will you be investing? Are you looking to refinance your house or your vehicle? At Great Basin Federal Credit Union, we can help your resolutions become reality. Here’s what […]

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 […]