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Numerica to remodel Lyons, South Hill branches

Numerica Credit Union plans to renovate two of its Spokane branches this year. Chelsea Maguire, content and communications manager at Spokane Valley-based Numerica, says the credit union’s branches at 303 E. Lyons, on the North Side...

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Inland Northwest bankers navigate low interest rates, slim margins

Zero-percent benchmark interest rates have sparked unprecedented loan demand for Spokane-area banks...

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Sustained mortgage activity swamps credit unions

As the real estate market in the Spokane area remains scorching hot, so does the mortgage lending...

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Advisers: It’s OK to hold on to stimulus money

Spokane-area financial advisers have some ideas on what those who received the third round of...

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Spokane native leads BECU’s growth here

Growing up on a Valley farm, Steve Hauschild tackled arduous jobs like clearing rocks from ...

Use stimulus money for spring fun, but spend it here

Spring is here in the Inland Northwest, and after a year of this pandemic, change is our new normal. Most of us haven’t had a chance to respond to all the changes, and instead have only been reacting. ...

Guardian Mortgage to add second Spokane office

Guardian Mortgage plans to open an office in the Wonder Building, its second Spokane location here in three years, says the company’s Spokane-based regional manager Jay Affleck. The company has leased about 3,000 square feet of office space on the...

The Great Wealth Transfer to slam financial advisers

There might not be enough advisers to handle the “great wealth transfer” anticipated to occur as baby boomers pass away and leave assets to their heirs, some in the Spokane-area financial planning industry say....

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INW nonprofits ramp up planned giving outreach

Planned giving is expected to increase in the coming years, and Spokane-area nonprofits are ramping up efforts to draw in long-term donors. The U.S. is barreling toward the largest wealth transfer in history, with baby boomers expected to transfer...

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Pandemic spurs unprecedented giving at Innovia

When Innovia Foundation CEO Shelly O’Quinn moved all office operations from an antiquated database server to a cloud-based system, she had no idea how big of a deal the decision ultimately would be....

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