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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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Financial Planning for New Parents

There is the classic guide for expectant parents, What To Expect When You’re Expecting, and then there is our guide for what to expect financially when new parenthood is on the horizon. Keep reading to learn the financial steps every new parent should take before and after the baby is born. What To Do BEFORE the Baby Whether you’re already … 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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Checklist for Winterizing Your Home in New Mexico

While New Mexico is known for its pleasant climate, temperatures can fall sharply overnight, and the higher in elevation you are, the colder you can expect the temperature to be. Winter in New Mexico is the driest season of the year. Still, snow can fall in mountain areas and the valleys can see rain over the winter. So, winterizing a … Continue reading

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For Current dncuBusiness Members: New Online Banking Platform Registration

Dear Valued dncuBusiness Member, Your new business online banking platform is here! dncuBusiness members, please register using the following instructions: 1. Choose LOGIN near the top right hand corner of your screen at dncu.com 2. Choose LOGIN underneath BUSINESS ONLINE BANKING 3. Choose Register and accept the Digital Banking Agreement 4. Confirm your identity with the following information: a. Member … Continue reading

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Hoodies 4 the Holidays

DNCU is collecting NEW warm hoodies/zip-ups, and all winter clothing items For All ages and sizes – Beanies, gloves, wool socks, scarves, hoodies. This Drive will be hosted in all four counties we serve. Sandoval County donations to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Central NM. Santa Fe County donations to benefit Santa Fe Public Schools Adelante Program. Rio … Continue reading

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Rio Rancho Shred Event 2021

  Bring your unwanted documents to us for safe shredding this Saturday! Rio Rancho City Hall – November 6th from 9am to 12pm Location: 3200 Civic Center NE, Rio Rancho —–   Shredding is provided free of charge by DNCU. We ask that members limit shred loads to a maximum of 50lbs.

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How to Safely Manage Your Finances Online

October was Cybersecurity Awareness Month and the theme for 2021 was “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.” At Del Norte Credit Union (DNCU), we are committed to helping you with every aspect of your finances, including safely managing them online. In this blog, we share tips to help you safely use online banking, shop online, and more. Use Strong and Unique Passwords … Continue reading