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Paying for College with GNO FCU and Sallie Mae

https://youtu.be/Pog65R2Wk8w   College is a great adventure, figuring out to to pay for it can feel overwhelming, but it doesn't have to. That's why GNO FCU supports Sallie Mae's one, two, three approach for paying for college. Visit the link…

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What Is A HELOC

https://youtu.be/z6r7C8eRX2g   Find out what a HELOC is and take advantage of our HELOC promotion going on now.

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$1,000 Enola M. Fee 2021 Scholarship Award

For over 20 years Enola Fee was a loyal board member at our credit union and contributed many hours of her time and knowledge to help GNO achieve its success. We truly appreciate her years of commitment and devotion to…

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Filing the FAFSA – what students need to know

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) applications can be filed starting October 1 each year. Remember: Financial aid deadlines aren’t the same as college admission deadlines. The FAFSA must be filed every year a student is in school. Click…

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Personal Finance Hacks for Students

College years are the time when many people establish financial habits that will carry them for the rest of their lives. Pay attention to these items to get off on the right financial foot: Spending plan: Know how much money you…

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Seven Ways College Students Waste Money

Going to college is expensive, no doubt about it. Between textbooks, tuition, housing, utilities, and maintaining a social life, managing your money can be challenging. So, here are a few habits to avoid if you want to save more of…

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Parents, We Can Fill the Gap

Parents of college students are feeling the pinch. The gap—between the ever-increasing costs of higher education and the steadily declining amount of financial aid and loans available—keeps getting wider. As you piece together the aid you'll need, start with your…

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Cap and Benjamins: Using Graduation Gift Money

So, you’ve graduated from college. While it may be tempting to take your graduation gift money and spend like crazy, using the money wisely will set you up for a healthy financial future. Here are the best ways to use…

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Financial Advice for New Graduates

You did it! You finally got your degree! You’re probably going to start handling all your own finances too (if you haven’t already started). Here is some financial advice to help you get a good start. Student Loan Repayment In…

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