Due to staffing shortages as a result of positive COVID-19 cases, all GSCU locations will assist members via Drive-Up Service Only until further notice. In-branch lobby service will be available by appointment only.
Pet insurance might be a good idea if you simply want peace of mind. That way, you know that if your pet experiences an unfortunate health issue, the bills won’t crush your budget. Importantly, pet insurance doesn’t cover everything. Even with coverage, you’ll still have to pay for a variety of items. Here’s what you need to know.
Tax season has officially arrived. For nearly 75 percent of Americans, that means receiving a refund from the IRS of the taxes that were overpaid throughout the previous year. With the average check or direct deposit for individuals coming in at $2,700 for the most recent filing season, chances are you could expect to receive a tidy sum after completing your 2020 returns.
How you should spend these funds, whether it’s from taxes or a pending stimulus check or even both, really depends on your financial situation.
Warmer weather is in the air, vaccines are being distributed, and many businesses are opening back up. It’s beginning to look like a beautiful Spring for 2021!
2020 marked the 75th Anniversary of GSCU, and the credit union had plans to celebrate throughout the year. But with the onset of the worldwide pandemic, the credit union was faced with unprecedented challenges. A comprehensive business contingency plan, already in place, allowed GSCU to swiftly shift to a pandemic business-model. This ensured we could continue to keep branches open and serve our member’s financial needs.