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One Nevada Credit Union Visitors “Color for Community” Donations

One Nevada Credit Union Visitors “Color for Community” Donations

One Nevada Credit Union donated $500 each to The Food Bank of Northern Nevada, The Children’s Cabinet, and Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada thanks in part to Food Truck Friday attendees and their coloring skills.
Make Your Kid A Money Genius (Even If You’re Not)

Make Your Kid A Money Genius (Even If You’re Not)

“My child, the entrepreneur.” Do you fantasize about raising your kids to be financially successful adults? At the very least, all parents want their children to become independent grown-ups who know how to spend responsibly, live within a budget and save for the future.
It’s Never Too Early to Learn Smart Savings

It’s Never Too Early to Learn Smart Savings

We’ve all heard about Millennials and how they’ve changed the economy, workplace, and modern life. But right behind them is Generation Z, sometimes called Digital Boomers.
One Nevada Credit Union Wants You to Just Shred It

One Nevada Credit Union Wants You to Just Shred It

Identity theft is a problem in Nevada, and it can happen to anyone. One of the easiest ways to reduce your risk is to use a secure paper shredder. One Nevada can help you safely dispose of personal documents you no longer need during its free, community shred event at its Plumb Lane Branch on Friday, September 20 from 10am to 2pm at 1296 E. Plumb Lane, in the Costco shopping center.
Build financial resiliency with emergency savings.

Build financial resiliency with emergency savings.

We all know we’re supposed to save money and build an emergency savings account, but it can be hard. Especially when financial inevitables like unexpected car repairs, medical expenses, appliance repairs, or other unplanned purchases arise.
How To Save On Your First Set Of College Textbooks

How To Save On Your First Set Of College Textbooks

Purchasing every textbook you need for class can take a big bite out of your budget. We’re talking huge amounts here: According to the National Association of College Stores, the average college student spends upward of $80 on each new textbook and can sometimes drop as much as $175 on one volume.
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