January 10, 2018
Helpful tips and information from WRCU for when you or your tax consultant prepare your taxes!
Are you looking for a pickup? The White River Credit Union is now taking sealed bids on this 2005 Chevy Silverado. Contact the credit union for more information and to find out where you can see the truck. Bid forms can be obtained at any WRCU branch. The bidding closes on March 21st , so if you are interested, don't delay.
What happens to your loan payment if you get sick or injured and become unable to work? With Credit Disability Insurance from WRCU we have you covered. If you should die unexpectedly would your loved ones be able to pay off your loan? With Credit Life Insurance we have you covered there too. Ask about it when you apply for a loan from WRCU.
You are responsible for reporting all interest on your accounts. We will send you a form 1099 for interest earned if it is over $10.00, but if it's under $10.00, you can check your December statement to see the interest amount you earned. You can also direct deposit your tax refund in your WRCU account, this should speed up you getting your money back.
The White River Credit Union is a full service, member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution, serving towns and businesses in the upper White River valley. With our complete range of financial services, we can help you make more possible. How to Join
February 17, 2017
WRCU in partnership with TruStage is offering some good deals on insurance. You can get a free no-obligation quote online today.
December 2, 2016
The question of exporting financial information from FlexTeller to QuickBooks comes up from time to time. QuickBooks is mainly a business application, but many of our self-employed and small business members use QuickBooks. While WRCU cannot help you with QuickBooks issues, we can hopefully clarify things for you so you can transfer banking information.
May 6, 2016
Do you know the differences between a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) and a Home Equity Loan? They both use the equity, (the difference between the value of your home and what you owe on it) you have in your home as collateral, and the interest on either loan may be tax deductible, (you should check with a tax expert as every situation is different,) but one of these might be a better choice for you depending on your circumstances. We will point out some of the differences, and why you might want one over the other, and then you can look at the White River Credit Union's offerings and terms for these loans.