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12 Ways to Reduce Spending and Financial Stress

If you’re feeling more financial stress than usual, you’re not alone. Gasoline prices have been fluctuating on the higher side and inflation is still wreaking havoc with household budgets. However, there are steps you can take to identify your primary stressors and plan to overcome them. In this article, we’ll offer 12 tips for how to deal with financial stress. … Continue reading

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How to Attract and Retain Quality Employees for Your Small Business

One of the biggest challenges small business owners face in today’s world is the difficulty in finding and retaining quality employees. A recent survey by CNBC highlights the issue: 52% of small business owners in 2022 feel that it’s harder to find employees now than one year ago—a time that was thought to be the height of the “Great Resignation.” … Continue reading

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Fun and Cost-Effective Date Night Ideas

Whether you’ve been together a few months or several decades, keeping the spark alive in your relationship takes work. But spending on regular date nights can quickly add up. Before you think about putting your next evening out on your credit card or worrying about your personal finances, check out some of the more affordable date ideas that could help … Continue reading

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Schedule Your Next Appointment

We are committed to improving our members’ lives. We’ve now made it easier to get things done with both in-branch and virtual appointment services. Using the link below, select your location, time, and service. After booking your appointment, you will receive reminders of your appointment time. Then show up at your scheduled time and have a great meeting! Click here … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL TEA IN THE MORNING: SEASON 2, EPISODE 6

Financing Any Student’s Educational Future: FAFSA Tips with Ruben Reyes, New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation Ready for back to school? Whether you’ve got a college freshman about to spread their wings or a high school graduate intent on certification in a skilled trade, the bill for whatever comes next will arrive sooner than you think. Hosts Andrea Klunder and Josh … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL TEA IN THE MORNING: SEASON 2, EPISODE 5

Your Most Profitable Day: Business Financial Services with Kevin Southwick and Linda Rodriguez Brandt Del Norte Credit Union has helped people achieve their personal financial goals for over 65 years. Now, DNCU is applying that same fiscal know-how to small business banking. Hosts Andrea Klunder and Josh Stringer introduce folks to DNCU’s brand new small business department with its enhanced … Continue reading

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Where Has Baxter Been? Gift Card Giveaway!

DNCU’s mascot, Baxter The Bear, has been hibernating for two years now! Do you have some ideas on where he has been? Share your guesses with us and you may win! We’re giving away the following: (1) $250 gift card to Ojo Caliente (1) $250 gift card to Ojo Santa Fe (8) $100 Fun Cards to Cliff’s Amusement Park To … Continue reading

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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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