What to do if you have student loans.

We Own Our Bank
CONSIDER THIS:  The country’s combined student loan debt load is more than $1.35 trillion. A 2016 college graduate is projected to have $37,000 in student loan debt, according to the Huffington Post. Student loan debt is increasing because government grants and support for postsecondary education have failed to keep pace with increases in college costs. This has shifted much of the burden of paying for college from federal and state governments to families. 
7/29/16

Is Owning a Tiny House Right for You?

Kristina Kraus
Greater Nevada Credit Union
Traveling across the country is a dream for many, and a growing number of people are pursuing that dream through the tiny house movement. With shows on HGTV and other channels about tiny home lifestyles, the question came up: What are the pros and cons of living in a house that is 500 square feet or smaller?
7/22/16

What is a Car Title Loan? Is Refinancing Better?

Michelle Hale
Greater Nevada Credit Union
Have you ever passed a title loan center wondering how it all worked and if it was a good idea?  Suppose you own your vehicle free and clear and could use some extra money.  Maybe you have a credit card bill at 22.9% with no end in sight.  You could use your vehicle as collateral (based on the value of your vehicle) to pay that bill by obtaining a car title loan. 
7/08/16