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Del Norte Credit Union branches are closed May 30th, 2022 in observance of Memorial Day. Tuesday, May 31st, 2022 our DeVargas branch at North Guadalupe will have drive-thru hours only.

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Debt Relief Help: How and When to Consolidate Your Debt

With an average annual salary of $46,744 and an average credit card balance of $8,323, many New Mexicans are struggling under the burden of high-interest revolving debt. Once you’re in the hole with credit card debt, it’s hard to break the cycle and get your card balances back to zero. Debt consolidation is one option to help you pay off … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL TEA IN THE MORNING: SEASON 2, EPISODE 4

Put Your Money to Work for You, Investing for All Budgets with Scott Covey and Cynthia Frederick, Del Norte Investment Services What is it about investing that holds folks back from growing their money? Fear. The market’s rollercoaster-like peaks and drops keep folks from realizing financial goals like saving for a stress-free retirement or funding higher education. But investing doesn’t … Continue reading

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2022 DNCU Shred Events Information

  Bring your unwanted documents to DNCU for shredding this summer! Española — Operations Center — 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, June 11 701 Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park Rd, Española, NM 87532 Santa Fe — Fashion Outlet Mall — 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, June 25 8380 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507 Los Alamos — Branch Parking Lot — … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL TEA IN THE MORNING: SEASON 2, EPISODE 3

Scammers Beware! Fraud Protection and Prevention Strategies with Judah Montano There’s nothing better than settling in with a bowl of popcorn and a scandalous tale of deceit. When viewed from a safe distance, it’s difficult to imagine ever falling prey to those outrageous financial scams. But what happens when the drama hits close to home? Hosts Andrea Klunder and Josh … Continue reading

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How to Start Saving for Your Child’s College Fund

Sending a child to college is a large financial expense for many families. As with many big expenses, getting a head start on saving will make it easier when the time comes to pay that first tuition bill. In this article, we’ll cover some options for New Mexico families to save for and finance a child’s education, including our LOV … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL TEA IN THE MORNING: SEASON 2, EPISODE 2

Fostering a Vibrant Financial Future with Connie Tooker Nuñez, Del Norte LOV Foundation Happy Financial Literacy Month! Hosts Andrea Klunder and Josh Stringer celebrate by introducing folks to Del Norte LOV Foundation, the independent charitable organization associated with Del Norte Credit Union. What does philanthropic giving have to do with personal finance? As LOV Foundation Director Connie Tooker Nuñez explains, … Continue reading

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Financial Tea In The Morning: Season 2, Episode 1

Financial Spring Cleaning: Securing your mortgage or home equity line of credit Financial Tea in the Morning is back with a new season, new hosts, and spring cleaning tips to refresh your money mindset. Where better to start than at home? Hosts Andrea Klunder and Josh Stringer discover strategies for turning one of life’s biggest investments into instant cash. They … Continue reading

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Things to Consider Before You Cancel a Credit Card

The average New Mexican is carrying about $5,851 in credit card debt. While our state’s average credit card balance is lower than other states in the U.S., carrying a balance from month to month on your credit card can still be damaging to your finances. So, whether you are thinking about closing a credit card account in order to pay … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Jump-Start Your Savings Plan

5 Tips to Jump-Start Your Savings Plan In partnership with GreenPath Financial Wellness   It’s human nature. We’re all wired to meet our immediate wants, whether it’s indulging in a tempting bowl of ice cream, spending more time than we planned scrolling through social media, or treating ourselves to an impulse purchase. Unplanned expenses or emergencies are other common life … Continue reading

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