Spokane Journal of Business

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A vision for Spokane Federal Credit Union

Charlotte Nemec has been president and CEO of Spokane Federal Credit Union for about a month and says she already has big plans for the financial cooperative. Some of those plans include opening a new branch in Spokane Valley, increasing efforts to...

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RiverBank sets course for continued rebound

Spokane-based RiverBank plans to grow its assets by 8 percent to 14 percent a year during the next...

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Know your credit score facts, myths

Most of us know there are times in life when you’ll need things that can only be purchased using...

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Valley concern helps widows find independence

Twenty years ago, Wes Teterud and his wife, Adrienne, started Widows Might in the basement of a...

Getting financial advice for your parents

There are many talks that your parents get to have with you, and I’m sure that in this day and age...

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Executive pay surges in the Inland Northwest

Total compensation for executives at Inland Northwest-headquartered publicly traded companies surged last year, but it wouldn’t have if not for a fortunate—and long-awaited—turn in Gold Reserve Inc.’s unusual odyssey. According to the annual ...

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Donor-advised funds see increased popularity

Financial advisers here say that since the implementation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act earlier this year, taxpayers have become more conscious of the various methods of charitable giving as they look to maximize their 2018 returns. As has been previously...

Inland Northwest composite declines

Hart Capital Management Inc., of Spokane, says the composite value of the nine Inland Northwest-based publicly traded companies decreased to $12.1 billion in the recently completed second quarter of 2018. The decline marks a $539.4 million, or 4.3 percen...

Spokane-based Moss Adams principal selected to lead national practice

Seattle-based national accounting firm Moss Adams LLP, which has an office here, has named Spokane partner Craig Sanders as the national leader of the firm’s financial services consulting practice, which covers all 50 states. The financial services con...

BECU plans to open its first home loan center in Spokane Valley

Boeing Employee Credit Union plans to open a home loan center in a single-story building it’s remodeling at 12111 E. Mission, says Bethany Hawley, spokesman for the Tukwilla, Wash-based credit union. Hawley says BECU plans an August opening for the hom...

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