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March 24, 2017

Investing Step # 3: Educate Yourself

Now that you’re free from debt and are steadily building up your savings, you’re probably eager to get your money into the market as quickly as possible. However, before going anywhere, you need to understand the lay of the land. First, there’s the language. There are hundreds of investment terms…
March 22, 2017

Women's History Month: Women In Finance

Because March is Women's History Month, we're taking a moment to reflect on many of the important contributions women have made to society. At Wasatch Peaks Credit Union, we're proud to be a part of the nationwide celebration of women. As part of this effort, we'd like to take time…
March 17, 2017

Shop Smart: 12 Ways To Scale Back On Food Costs

We've all heard about the consumer psychology at play in the setup of grocery stores. The basics, like eggs and milk, are in the back of the store, forcing you to pass by aisles packed with things you don't need. The checkouts are lined with impulse purchases aimed at catching…
March 16, 2017

Don’t Panic: Filing Taxes As A College Student

Imagine skipping a day of class, then coming into the next session and seeing a test. You open the packet and see what appears to be gibberish staring back at you. Everyone else around you seems to have a perfect grasp of what’s going on, but you’re just stumbling in…
March 15, 2017

2017 Wasatch Peaks Board of Directors Election Results

Wasatch Peaks Credit Union members elected four Directors to the Board in the Board of Directors election at the 87th Annual Meeting held on Thursday, March 2nd at Walker Cinemas in North Ogden. There were five candidates running for four Board seats. Brad Egbert, Mike Enz, Mark Ramsey (incumbents) and…
March 15, 2017

Why You Need a Will

You likely know most credit unions for their assistance they offer with car and home loans, and while these are some of our primary services at Wasatch Peaks Credit Union, we also offer them in another vital area: Wills and estate planning. Through our partnership with Summit Administrators, LLC, we’re…
March 08, 2017

Road Trip On A Budget

It's spring break season! In a few weeks, college campuses will empty out and highways will fill up with students blowing off a semester's worth of steam while road tripping to great vacation destinations. For many students, this might be the first time they've taken a vacation without parents to…

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