Not sure of the difference between a tax deduction and a tax credit? You’re not alone! Let’s take a look at some of the most common credits and deductions for you to consider when doing your taxes this year.
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The Stimulus Payments were a saving grace for many Americans this past year. The deadline for filing taxes has been extended this year by the IRS but that date is quickly approaching. If you’re wondering how those stimulus payments will impact your taxes, read on!
Eric Acree, President & CEO of Vantage Credit Union, shares his reflections on 2020—in a year of uncertainty, we came together to support one another. We look forward to the continued success of Vantage.
Unfortunately, fraud can catch the best of us off guard sometimes, which is why it’s important to remain proactive. Based on recent trends we’ve seen, here are some tips to help you avoid falling prey to the schemes of scammers.
Despite what you may think, not all checking accounts are the same, and they definitely are not created equal. At Vantage, we’ve made checking accounts anything but the same ol’ boring experience. With our members in mind, we’ve created unique accounts that match our unique members.
On May 18, Vantage began a phased re-opening of our branch lobbies. Our CEO & President outlines our continued dedication to our members in the midst of COVID-19: our commitment to YOU has never been stronger.
What are beneficiaries and are yours up to date? Find out how you can save your family and loved ones an immense amount of time and stress by keeping your account information complete, accurate, and current.
With your income tax return and stimulus checking hitting your bank account soon, you might be wondering what to do with the money. If you have the flexibility in how you spend it, here are three tips to put that money to good use!
If you have found that you have a loss of income, or even have lost your job, here are five steps from our partners at GreenPath Financial to help you stay as financially healthy as possible.
Being a “member” isn’t the same as being a "customer"—the difference reflects your credit union’s commitment to cooperative values and shapes your entire banking experience.