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Altura Credit Union was first opened back in 1957 and has grown to span all across Riverside County.

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We volunteer our time, whether it’s fundraising for Habitat for Humanity or helping local teachers makeover their classrooms, we always want to be involved!

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Altura rewards two lucky members every quarter with a cash prize of $1,500. All you have to do is start saving!

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Credit Unions cannot be bought or sold because they are owned by their members. Members are part owners because they have a stake in the company.

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What is the Difference Between an IRA and a 401k?

A 401(k) and IRA have different maximum contributions as well as different tax benefits. However, the most significant difference between the two is that a 401(k) is a type of employer-sponsored retirement account. If your employer offers a 401(k) retirement plan, your contributions to this account will be deducted from your paycheck. Your employer will also contribute to the account.

An IRA, on the other, is more self-driven. You don’t need to have an employer sponsoring this type of account to set one up. You set up the account yourself and decide when to withdraw funds. If you do have an employer, your contributions will still be deducted from your paycheck. Your employer also has the option to contribute to the account.