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DNCU Shred Days Are Back! (2021)

Bring your unwanted documents to us for safe shredding this month! Trinity Office – June 12th from 9am to 11am Location: 1000 Trinity Drive, Los Alamos —– Española Operations Center – June 19th from 9am to 11am Location: 701 Vietnam Veteran Memorial Park Road, Española —– Santa Fe Place Mall – June 26th from 9am to 11am Location: 4250 Cerrillos … Continue reading

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Financial Tea in the Morning: Season 1, Episode 1.

People Helping People: The Credit Union Difference Security, inclusion, and…savings? Diego and his guests explain why belonging to a credit union is good for you and your money – with Kristin Harrison, director of business development at WebStrategies, Inc., Deb Salazar, chief experience officer at DNCU, and Juan Fernández Ceballos, incoming president and CEO of Credit Union Association of New … Continue reading

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2020 Annual Report Is Now Available

2020: A Year Like No Other “To say that last year was challenging would be an understatement. We appreciate the patience and cooperation of our membership in dealing with the inconveniences brought about by the precautions necessary due to the pandemic. I want to recognize our employees for their commitment to providing essential banking services each day despite the many … Continue reading

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State Of Your Credit Union Virtual Open House: Episode 1 — The Homebuying Process

Thinking about purchasing your forever home? Del Norte Credit Union is here to help you navigate this unfamiliar process. Join us for our first State of Your Credit Union, a virtual open house series designed to bring our members and our communities valuable information to get you financial fit. Episode 1 will cover the home-buying process with our guests from … Continue reading

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HELOC and Home Equity Loans: How They Work and the Benefits of Financing Home Improvement Projects

Are you considering a major home renovation or repair for your house in northern New Mexico? Home improvement projects have been popular during the pandemic, with everyone spending more time at home and looking to refresh and repurpose their space. Interest rates have also been historically low lately, making it a great time to tap the equity in your home … Continue reading

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Virtual Financial Educational Workshops

Join us from the comfort of your home or office as we discuss a variety of topics to increase your financial awareness. Financial education is an important aspect of any long-term plan. Attend as many virtual workshops as you like. You’ll learn the answers to questions, including: The important rules of the road for receiving Social Security. How can conservative … Continue reading

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National Credit Union Youth Month Is Here

  Every April, National Credit Union Youth Month serves to encourage kids to develop healthy saving habits by making savings fun and exciting. Providing financial education embodies the movement’s ‘people-helping-people’ philosophy. The theme for this year’s Youth Month is “Be a Credit Union Saver and Your Savings Will Never Go Extinct.” Together, we’re encouraging our youngest members to open their … Continue reading

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Third Round Of Economic Impact Payments

You may soon begin receiving the third round of Economic Impact Payment (EIP) deposits into your account. These American Rescue Plan payments are designed to offer some financial relief during this continuing crisis and may start arriving March 17th or sooner. Members receiving direct deposit payments will begin seeing a pending balance in their accounts effective today; however, the Treasury … Continue reading

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Guide To Refinancing Your Mortgage in New Mexico

Along with rising optimism comes rising mortgage rates, according to a recent report from FreddieMac, which also notes that rates “remain near historic lows.” So, if you’re considering a mortgage refinance, you haven’t missed the boat on historically low rates, but you don’t want to wait too long. Why refinance your mortgage in New Mexico? Perhaps you want to save … Continue reading

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