Retirement 101

How to Start a Retirement Plan

Anita Good
Greater Nevada Credit Union

Recent surveys found that Americans’ biggest financial fear is never being able to retire, and that 56% of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement. Working for a company that doesn’t offer a retirement plan (such as a 401(k)), not being able to save money after the bills are paid, and/or simply procrastinating on getting started are commonly cited as reasons by those that are falling short or feeling financially insecure.

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Entrepreneurial Education for Our Youth

Michelle Hale
Greater Nevada Credit Union

Basic money management skills are crucial to daily success but financial education isn’t commonly offered in schools. To help bridge the gap, Greater Nevada partners with organizations like EverFi, Balance, and the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation. Together with Greater Nevada Credit Union, these organizations provide financial education to students of all ages from elementary school to college.

Woman Grocery Shopping with Coupons


California/Nevada Credit Union League

CONSIDER THIS: The government’s Consumer Price Index estimates prices for groceries will rise by 1 to 2 percent in 2018. For some products, prices could go even higher. For example, the prices for chicken and avocados are expected to go up.

So how do consumers put food on the table without breaking the bank?

Below are some tips for finding the best deals on groceries:

Payday Loans

What to Know about Payday Loans

Greater Nevada Credit Union

Millions of people take out pay day loans (also known as cash advance and check loans) every year in the United States. Most of these loans are relatively small (i.e. $500) but charge high interest rates and fees. For example, a typical two-week payday loan with a $15 per $100 fee would have an annual percentage rate (APR) of almost 400%. Borrowers usually promise to repay the loan with their next paycheck, though sometimes the payments are made over a longer period of time.

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Getting Help with Debt

Greater Nevada Credit Union

Are you having trouble paying your bills, getting notices from creditors or worrying about losing your home or vehicle? Many people face some type of financial challenge at some point, whether it’s related to a health crisis, job loss or other factors. However, help is out there, though you need to proceed with caution. Let’s take a look at some of these options.

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Resetting Your Budget after the Holidays

Greater Nevada Credit Union

Now that your holiday spending is winding down, does it feel like you’ve overspent once again? If so, this is a perfect time to get back on track and even prepare for a more affordable season next year. Let’s get started!

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Tips to Reduce Holiday Stress

Greater Nevada Credit Union
The holidays are here and we all know that they can cause some extra stress. Here are some tips that can help you during this season.
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Discovering Greater Nevada Credit Union

Greater Nevada Credit Union
When it comes to personal and business banking, credit unions aren’t always top of mind. Sometimes misunderstood in terms of who can join, what they provide, and even how advanced their services are, these member-owned financial cooperatives are gems for those who discover them. Greater Nevada Credit Union, here for everyone in Nevada, is a good example of how beneficial membership can be.
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Auto Insurance Terms Demystified

Greater Nevada Credit Union

Evaluating your auto insurance, required for all Nevada drivers, is a good way to determine if you have the right coverage. However, understanding the different terms and how they apply can be confusing, so let’s take a look at the most common ones:

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California / Nevada Credit Union League
CONSIDER THIS:  The “American Dream” once meant you grow up, get a job, and buy a home. These days, however, that version of the “American Dream” is no longer a universal idea—particularly the part about buying a home.
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