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Top 10 Tips to Reduce Monthly Spending

Managing personal finances in the current economic environment can feel like navigating a complex maze. Increased costs of living, inconsistent economic forecasts, and endless discussions of inflation are accompanied by the unavoidable shopping demands of everyday life. With many in New Mexico finding that they are overspending each month, the journey toward financial stability can feel like an unrealistic goal. … Continue reading

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Expenses New Homeowners Should Prepare For

Are you preparing to take that big step into homeownership? Before doing so, it’s a good idea to have a thorough understanding of different types of homeownership expenses you may encounter after the purchase of your new home. In this guide, you will find a detailed list of the expenses that a new homeowner should prepare for, tips on setting … Continue reading

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A Guide to Teaching Your Kids About Money at Every Age

First words. First steps. First day of school. There are many childhood milestones that parents cherish and remember. Developing an understanding of money and the critical role that it plays in the lives of all Americans is another important goal that parents can guide their children toward achieving. In this “Guide to Teaching Your Kids About Money at Every Age”, … Continue reading

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2022 DNCU Shred Events Information

  Bring your unwanted documents to DNCU for shredding!   Santa Fe – Fashion Outlet Mall – 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, October 1, 2022 8380 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507   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 … 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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The New Online Banking Experience is Coming Soon

Important Notice For DNCU Bill Pay Users It’s coming! We’re proud to inform DNCU members that the upgraded online banking service will arrive soon. Please note that for most users, Bill Pay information (not including External Transfers) will automatically transfer to the upgraded online banking system. After February 14, the current Bill Pay service will be inaccessible for editing transactions … Continue reading

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DNCU Reward: Visa Purchase Alerts

Know where your money is going with Visa Purchase Alerts Get an email whenever you pay with your Visa card¹ Keep your account secure Get alerts for transactions and identify potentially fraudulent activity Take an active role Track spending and stay on top of account balances Choose your alerts Adjust your alerts to what makes sense for you and receive … Continue reading

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IRS to Begin Advance Child Tax Credit Payments by Direct Deposit In July, 2021

DNCU members may begin noticing Advance Child Tax Credit deposits in their accounts from the Internal Revenue Service(IRS) starting in July, 2021 with recurring payments being made monthly until December, 2021. The IRS has indicated that more than 36 million Americans families could be eligible for the ACTC payments.  In addition to direct deposits, the IRS will also send check … Continue reading

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Third Round Of Economic Impact Payments

You may soon begin receiving the third round of Economic Impact Payments (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 is … Continue reading