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5 Ways a Roth IRA Can Help Minimize Your Taxes in Retirement August 4, 2021

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Spotting Credit Trouble July 23, 2021

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How Much are you Contributing to Your Retirement? May 28, 2021

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Getting a Head Start on College Savings May 3, 2021

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Rebalancing Your Portfolio April 12, 2021

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Pay Yourself First March 4, 2021

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Preparing For Tax Season February 4, 2021

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How Retirement Spending Changes with Time January 7, 2021

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Year-End Charitable Giving and You December 2, 2020

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The Secret to Moving the Needle on Your Credit November 17, 2020

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Nina and Veronica hit 15 years at Great Basin!

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Nina and Veronica hit their 15 year tenure at Great Basin! Meet Nina and Veronica. In June, they have worked at Great Basin Federal Credit Union for 15 years! They even started on the same day. We asked them to take a minute out of their busy day leading the loan department to tell us […]

6 Tips to Prevent Fraud

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6 Tips to Prevent Fraud Fraud is on the rise, but you can protect yourself! As a society, we have come very far in the last 50 years. As we look at the world today we have gas-less cars, smartphones, high powered laptops, artificial intelligence, smart homes, fingerprint and facial recognition and so much more. […]

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 […]

Earth Day, every day

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Did you celebrate Earth Day this year? It is the time to plant more trees and think about ways we can cut down on our own footprint on our planet. Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22nd and was first celebrated in 1970. Worldwide it is celebrated in more than 193 countries […]

Market Volatility: 3 Steps to Keeping Calm

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It is well known that the stock market goes up, and the stock market goes down, but investors are supposed to keep their wits about them and focus on their long-term goals and hold steady.  But it can be hard to sit idly by and watch volatility in the markets—and in your portfolio—without thinking this […]