The Perfect Bite

Big ideas expressed in small bites - that's our podcast, The Perfect Bite. Join CCCU for your weekly serving of food reviews, financial education and life hacks that your future self will appreciate!

 

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Ep. 99: Pasta Mia and How to Stop Spending Money

June 11, 2024

In this ninety-ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they indulge in the classic Italian food at Pasta Mia, reveal the small changes you can make to stop spending so much money, and talk tips for taking great pictures. Hear why the garlic bread for the table is a must, how to stick to your shopping list, and what type of flash mode is best for taking pictures with your phone. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 98: TIABI Coffee & Waffles and Financial Mistakes in Your 20s

June 4, 2024

In this ninety-eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they dive into the creative vegan options at TIABI Coffee & Waffle, share the top financial mistakes to avoid in your 20s, and reveal how to perform a self-assessment. Hear what TIABI stands for and all about that delicious waffle smell, how to avoid lifestyle creep, and why it’s important to reflect on your accomplishments. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 97: Weera Thai and Peak Earning Years

May 28, 2024

In this ninety-seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try delicious Thai dishes at Weera Thai, talk money management lessons for your peak earning years, and share how to find your niche to make money online. Hear about the spicy options and cool atmosphere, the best ways to take control of your finances, and how to narrow down your niche. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 96: Karved and Financial Hurdles for Young People

May 14, 2024

In this ninety-sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy the dairy-free sauces at Karved, share tips for overcoming financial hurdles as a young professional, and reveal how to safely enjoy the warmer summer months. Hear the endless options of sandwiches, wraps, and salads on the menu, how to learn to invest and take risks, and how to enjoy the outdoors while avoiding sunburn. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 95: Farm Basket and Being an Entrepeneur

May 7, 2024

In this ninety-fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they chow down on the best fried chicken and turkey in Las Vegas at Farm Basket, welcome Heart To Heart LLC Founder and President Ashley Burney, and discuss how to prepare your kids for using social media. Hear why the Family Baskets and farmhouse theme are fun for the whole family, the behind-the-scenes of entrepreneurship and managing your finances as a small business owner, and how to find the positive aspects of social media. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 94: Esther's Kitchen and Factors Impacting Credit Scores

April 30, 2024

In this ninety-fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy the delectable Italian food at Esther's Kitchen, share why our credit scores go up and down, and reveal how we can disagree better. Hear about the homemade sourdough, pasta, and creative salads, the factors that make up the “pie chart” of our credit score, and how to handle political conversations without everyone getting upset. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 93: Little Avalon and Helping Teens Build Credit

April 23, 2024

In this ninety-third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they soak up the island vibes at Little Avalon, share recommendations for giving your teen a head start with their credit, and discuss how to cook without making a huge mess. Hear about the tasty breakfast and impressive oasis branding, how to add your teen as an authorized user on a credit card, and the perks of cleaning as you go while cooking. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 92: Habaneros Taco Grill and Living within Your Means

April 16, 2024

In this ninety-second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy the must-try Habaneros Taco Grill, share how to live within your means, and reveal how printed photos positively affect your children. Hear the incredible deals and delicious tacos available in a speedy fashion, why it’s crucial to pay close attention to your income and expenses, and the endless perks of printed photos vs. digital photos. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 91: PublicUs and Saving Money on Moving Costs

April 9, 2024

In this ninety-first bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they indulge in the delicious breakfast at PublicUs, discuss ways to save money on moving costs, and share how to find a new hobby as an adult. Hear the breakfast item that made Crystal go “Mmmmmm” in public, how you can save on moving costs by planning well in advance, and how hobbies can tie back to what you loved to do as a kid. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 90: Jamm's and History of Credit Unions

March 12, 2024

In this ninetieth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out brunch and lunch favorite Jamm's, interview CCCU's Director of Business Development Craig Fraley on all things credit unions, and share tips for earning scholarship money. Hear about the famous Pot of Bread, the difference between banks and credit unions, and how you can better your chances of earning a scholarship and putting yourself through school. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 89: Fukuburger and Talking to Your Partner about Money

March 5, 2024

In this eighty-ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they test out the award-winning burgers and fries at Fukuburger, share ways to talk to your partner about money, and reveal how you can help create positive ROI in your workplace. Hear about the Lucky Burger and Crystal’s new experience with pickled onions, why positive and frequent communication is key when talking money with your spouse, and why it’s important not to overlook kindness in the workplace. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 88: SkinnyFATS and Making Your Money Grow

February 27, 2024

In this eighty-eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they get healthy AND happy at SkinnyFATS, share strategies to start saving automatically, and reveal tips for first-time car buyers. Hear the endlessly fun options on the 2-part menu, why it’s so helpful to schedule transfers, and the research you need to do to buy the perfect car for you. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 87: Northside Nathan's and Debt Collectors

February 20, 2024

In this eighty-seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they experience the real deal at Northside Nathan's Detroit Pizza, share smart ways to deal with debt collectors, and help you avoid falling for misinformation on social media. Hear all about the fresh-to-order pizza and Detroit Red Wings (see what they did there?), how to avoid scams when you hear from debt collectors, and the importance of taking a breath and validating sources when it comes to news on social media. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 86: Lemongrass & Lime and Preparing to Invest

February 13, 2024

In this eighty-sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they explore Thai food at Lemongrass & Lime, help get you on the road to investing in your 30s, and share ways to destress at work. Hear Shannon’s experience ordering new types of Thai food, why prioritizing your 401k sets you up for additional investing success, and why you might want to tap your creative side to end your night with a clear state of mind. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 85: Geisha House and Navigating Medical Expenses

February 6, 2024

In this eighty-fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out Geisha House Steak & Sushi, sit down for an interview with Candlelighters Director of Development & Marketing Christine Santos, and talk how to stick to a cleaning schedule. Hear the best sushi roll Crystal’s ever had, how to navigate your finances if one of your loved ones needs treatment, and how Shannon and Crystal stack up against the cleaning tasks you should do every day, week, month, and year. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 84: Old School Pizzeria and Prepping for Emergencies

January 30, 2024

In this eighty-fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they experience quality dough at Old School Pizzeria, share what to do when a significant other gets laid off, and discuss some in-demand side hustles. Hear Shannon’s reaction to pizza made with sourdough, things you can do to mitigate damage while looking for a new job, and how you might be able to turn your passions into a little extra income. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 83: The Standard Tavern and Protecting Your Money from Identity Theft

January 23, 2024

In this eighty-third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out sports-themed bar and grill The Standard Tavern, discuss how you can protect your money from identity theft, and give you a few healthy warm snack ideas for the winter. Hear all about the juicy, spicy Raider Burger, tips to stay ahead of scammers who want your personal info, and why you should consider trying fruit in the air fryer. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 82: Makers & Finders and Recission-Proofing Your Money

January 16, 2024

In this eighty-second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they visit the upbeat Latin coffee bar Makers & Finders, share how you can recession-proof your finances, and discuss how eating chocolate can boost your brain power. We’ve got a new coffee and brunch spot for you to try, a few tips on controlling your habits and tightening your budget, and the science behind chocolate’s mood-fighting power. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 81: BabyStacks Cafe and Good Debt vs. Bad Debt

January 9, 2024

In this eighty-first bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they take on breakfast at BabyStacks Cafe, share why all debt isn't bad debt, and reveal what to buy and what to skip in January. Hear about the ham and eggs and very large orange juices, why being in debt for a home is actually a good thing, and why January is the perfect time to buy certain items in prep for next holiday season. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 80: Biscuits and Bourbon and Becoming a Franchisee

January 2, 2024

In this eightieth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they go for a team lunch at Biscuits and Bourbon, sit down for an interview with Slater's 50/50 Franchisee and CCCU Member Andy Kao, and discuss the benefits of doing a digital detox. Hear the delicious jams available, where to start once you decide to become a franchisee, and when to put on Do Not Disturb. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 79: Mario's Westside Market and Mortgage Insurance vs. Homeowners Insurance

December 26, 2023

In this seventy-ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy soul food at Mario's Westside Market, explain the difference between mortgage insurance and homeowners insurance, and reveal how you can still find time to read after becoming a parent. Hear the famous catfish worth traveling for, how home equity works, and the perks of audiobooks. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 78: Marché Bacchus and Passing Down a Home

December 19, 2023

In this seventy-eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out Marché Bacchus French Bistro and Wine Shop, discuss ways to pass down a home in your family, and share tips on effective communication. Explore the views and any-day brunch, get tips on properly passing down your largest asset, and hear the importance of knowing your triggers so you can better control your emotions during difficult conversations. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 77: Master Kim's Korean BBQ and Money Punishments

December 13, 2023

In this seventy-seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they test out all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ at Master Kim's, discuss the new trend of money punishments, and talk the Must, Should, Want method for productivity. Hear about the futuristic surprises and conveyor belt-style dining, how one listener uses a money punishment strategy to help him and his friends avoid sugar, and how you can improve your mundane work tasks by seeing the big picture. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 76: Springs Cafe and Budget-Friendly New Year's Eve

December 5, 2023

In this seventy-sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they splash over to Springs Cafe at the Springs Preserve, share ways to plan a budget-friendly New Year's Eve party, and talk tips for building a happy work-life balance. Hear the great views and fun activities within the Springs Preserve, how to save money on food for your holiday party, and the small things you can do every day to achieve that elusive work-life balance. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 75: Olé Churros and Taking Our Own Advice

November 28, 2023

In this seventy-fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they get a taste of Spain at Olé Churros and share which pieces of advice from the previous 74 episodes they've implemented in their own lives. Hear all about the traditional flavors and history, plus the top tips - from raising financially responsible children to making your workspace happier. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 74: Taverna Costera and the Benefits of a 401k

November 21, 2023

In this seventy-fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they head to the heart of the Arts District to try Taverna Costera, share the benefits of starting a 401k sooner rather than later, and talk all things Travel Tuesday. Hear why you need to stop sleeping on Brussels sprouts, the different types of retirement plans offered at different organizations, and why you may want to take advantage of the 20 deals/second offered on Travel Deal Tuesday. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 73: Back to the 80's and Etiquette Tips with Friends

November 15, 2023

In this seventy-third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they soak up all the nostalgia at Back to the 80's Cafe & More, share etiquette tips that can help you enjoy time with your friends, and reveal what your 80-year-old self wishes you knew today. Hear the creative menu items named after your favorite 80’s movies, whether you should split the check when eating out with friends, and the biggest regrets people have in their 80s. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 72: Twice Baked and Back to School as an Adult

November 8, 2023

In this seventy-second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out locally-owned, women-owned Twice Baked, discuss the finances around going back to school as an adult, and share how turning your next meeting into a walk can be more productive and healthy. Get the scoop on the huge baked potato options, some tips on making your back-to-school journey a success when you have other responsibilities, and how people are actually now sitting more than they’re sleeping - and what we can do about it. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 71: Omelet House and Insurance You May Want

October 31, 2023

In this seventy-first bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they go old school at Omelet House, discuss insurance options offered through CCCU you may want to consider, and reveal how blue light hurts your sleep. Hear what may have attracted former presidents and Jerry Lewis to the classic spot, what additional insurance coverage could benefit you and your family, and how you can set yourself up for a good night sleep. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 70: Village Pub and Avoiding the Latest Scams

October 24, 2023

In this seventieth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out local staple Village Pub, sit down for an interview with CCCU's Manager of Fraud and Security Joseph Herbert, and discuss why you should try hard - but not too hard. Hear the comfort food options available, how to know if someone is reaching out to you as part of a scam, and how you can avoid burnout by sometimes being okay with “good enough.” Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 69: Bros Breakfast and Lunch and Social Media's Effect on Our Wallets

October 10, 2023

In this sixty-ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union for a review of Bros Breakfast and Lunch, a discussion on whether social media is making you spend too much money, and a few fashion tips to ensure you always look stylish. Hear what the marketing team at CCCU thought of Bros, learn how avoiding late night scrolling can save you money, and take in how you can stay trendy just by taking care of your clothes. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 68: Mama Bird and Testing Your Financial Literacy

October 3, 2023

In this sixty-eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they explore the southern comfort food at Mama Bird Southern Kitchen, share questions that'll help boost your financial literacy, and discuss ways you can save money on digital storage. Shannon updates us on her quest to find the best chicken sandwich and where Mama Bird ranks, Crystal quizzes Shannon on her financial literacy, and you get some tips for cleaning up old photos and files. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 67: Amano Pizza and What It Really Means to Be Happy

September 26, 2023

In this sixty-seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they dive into the social media hype surrounding Amano Pizza, talk the pros and cons of buying or leasing a vehicle, and discuss what truly makes people happy. Hear all about Amano’s Fat Baby, the financial reasons for buying or leasing a car, and how you can start practicing happiness instead of trying to earn it. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 66: La Cantine and Secondhand Shopping

September 19, 2023

In this sixty-sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they explore the unique European menu at La Cantine sandwich shop, share what you need to know about secondhand shopping, and what to pay attention to if you’re looking into a home security system. Hear about the signature sandwiches and delicious Dutch crunch bread, how you can avoid impulse buying at thrift stores, and important features you should look for in home security cameras. Learn more at: CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 65: Blueberry Hill and Investing 101

September 12, 2023

In this sixty-fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they visit longtime Vegas staple Blueberry Hill, go one-on-one with CCCU Financial Advisor Scott Knudsen to talk investing, and chat getting back into the work routine after a vacation. Hear about the wealth of classic diner options available, when you should start investing and how to get started, and how you can become less overwhelmed at work when you’re back from a long break. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 64: Triple George Grill and Creating Positive Relationships with Money

May 30, 2023

In this sixty-fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they review the iconic Triple George Grill downtown, discuss ways to help you create a positive relationship with your money, and things you should know about your body language. Hear about the classic steakhouse dishes and cauliflower rice, learn to think of money as a tool, and hear how your body language can actually shape who you are and how you’re perceived. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 63: Michoacán Gourmet Mexican and Buying a New Construction Home

May 23, 2023

In this sixty-third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they visit the longtime favorite Michoacán Gourmet Mexican, share what you need to know when purchasing a new construction home, and tips on how to be more intentional with family time this summer. Hear about the family-friendly restaurant atmosphere, how to pick a lot when buying new construction, and why you should make time for 1-on-1 outings with the kids and getaways with your spouse this summer. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 62: Zen Curry Dining and Savings Tips from the Wealthy

May 16, 2023

In this sixty-second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union to hear about their Zen Curry Dining experience, get savings tips from the wealthy, as well as a few hacks on how to make the most out of your summer vacation with kids. Hear about Japanese curry, how financially responsible people like Chad Ochocinco choose to spend their money, and some planning tips to create an enjoyable summer break as the end of the school year approaches. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 61: Viva El Taco and Keeping Your Money Safe

May 9, 2023

In this sixty-first bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union for a review of Viva El Taco, a discussion on how to know if your money is safe in your financial institution, and everything you need to know about wedding bands. Hear why you should save room for dessert, some of the questions you need to be asking about how your money is insured, and fine details that can make your wedding band unique. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 60: Las Vegas Brewing Company and Loved Ones' Final Arrangements

May 2, 2023

In this sixtieth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out the family-owned Las Vegas Brewing Company, welcome special guest Erika Nicole Howard of Inspired Life Memorials & Cremations to discuss preparing for our loved ones’ final arrangements, and take a close look at the longest-running study on happiness and what we can learn from the findings. Hear about the beer-battered mushrooms at the cool brewery, the importance of having conversations about our departure wishes, and how being social can be a key to happiness. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 59: Angelina's Pizzeria and Finance for Children

April 25, 2023

In this fifty-ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out the not-so-traditional Angelina's Pizzerias & Italian Kitchens, share some tips on how to make your children more comfortable with finances, plus a few cooking habits you should stop doing. Hear the portions on portions and pasta options on pasta options, how Crystal and Shannon involve their kids in financial decisions, and how to best handle leftovers and thawing meats so you’re not jeopardizing your health. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 58: Sushi Fever and Multigenerational Living

April 18, 2023

In this fifty-eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union to experience Shannon's first visit to a real sushi restaurant, a look into what multigenerational living is and why people are doing it, and why it’s better for you to avoid that snooze button in the morning. Get the details on the local sushi gem, things you need to consider when looking into a multigenerational home, and strategies to prevent hitting that snooze button over and over. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 57: Paymon's Fresh Kitchen and Lounge and HELOC Timeline

April 11, 2023

In this fifty-seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they dive into delicious Mediterranean food at Paymon's Fresh Kitchen and Lounge, discuss how long it takes to get a HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit), and share some water-saving tips for the Las Vegas heat. Hear how to get the best rice ever and best condiment ever, what to do at each touchpoint of your HELOC journey, and the things you can do in the bathroom, kitchen, and even outside to conserve water. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 56: Burgundy Bakery & Cafe and Saving on Road Trips

April 4, 2023

In this fifty-sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union for a taste of Paris at Burgundy Bakery & Cafe, some tips on using points and miles to save on road trips, and the best Disney souvenirs. Try Macarons you won’t want to share, hear about an RV rental experience, and get a list of Disney souvenirs that won’t break the bank and will provide you with lasting memories. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 55: Nevada Chicken Cafe and CCCU CEO Matt Kershaw

March 28, 2023

In this fifty-fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out Nevada Chicken Cafe, interview CCCU's President and CEO Matt Kershaw on his background and financial lessons, and talk Starbucks adding olive oil to some of its drinks. Hear about the local favorite’s superior food at a reasonable price, Matt’s thoughts on the banking industry, and the potential health benefits of olive oil. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 54: Hello Misfits and Avoiding Marketplace Scams

March 21, 2023

In this fifty-fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out some Asian fusion cuisine at Hello Misfits, discuss online marketplace scams and how to protect yourself, and hear a few home security mistakes that make good targets for burglars. Hear about authentic Filipino dishes, the warning signs of a scam, and how to keep your home a safe place. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 53: Unique Eats and Your Tax Refund

March 14, 2023

In this fifty-third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they indulge in generous portions at Unique Eats, give you some ideas for what not to do with your tax refund, and share tips for managing social anxiety. Get the scoop on the enormous pancakes and phenomenal staff, how your tax refund could actually put you in debt if you’re not careful, and a few ways to control your breathing and plan ahead for situations that may cause social anxiety. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 52: Big Dog's Draft House and the Importance of Sleep

March 7, 2023

In this fifty-second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out classic pub food at Big Dog's Draft House, discuss the benefits of added insurance on your auto loan, and why sleep is seriously your superpower. Hear about the high-quality chicken fingers and bratzel, the scoop on extended warranties and gap insurance for your car loan, and why sleep is a major key in retaining memories. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 51: Jammyland and Saving on Your Energy Bills

February 28, 2023

In this fifty-first bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try Jamaican cuisine at Jammyland Cocktail Bar & Reggae Kitchen, discuss how you can save money on your energy bills, and share a few tips to help you declutter your home. Hear about the wings too good for salad dressing, how barbecuing outdoors can help you save, and how to find a home for every item. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 50: 888 Korean BBQ and Car Buying Tips

February 21, 2023

In this fiftieth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they explore all-you-can-eat Asian cuisine at 888 Korean BBQ, discuss car buying tips with CCCU Members Auto Broker Tina Ferradino, and share helpful tips for parking in downtown Las Vegas. Hear why the cooking and dining experience is worth the wait, what to look for in a new vehicle, and where to find free parking downtown. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 49: Ramen Aku and Using a HELOC

February 14, 2023

In this forty-ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out a new North Vegas restaurant called Ramen Aku, discuss how to use a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC), and how to make your office space work better. Hear about the literal jumbo sushi rolls, how to manage high interest bills and consolidate debt with a HELOC, and customize your office to incorporate wellness. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 48: Meráki Greek Grill and Safe Deposit Boxes

February 7, 2023

In this forty-eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they review Meráki Greek Grill, discuss the benefits and risks of having a safe deposit box, and daily habits of happiness experts. Hear how to pronounce “gyro” and other signature Greek dishes, what items to store in a safe deposit box, and why happiness doesn’t just mean smiling all the time. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 47: Mezzo Bistro and Building Your Emergency Fund

January 31, 2023

In this forty-seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out Mezzo Bistro, discuss how you can start building your emergency fund, and share some ideas on how you can travel better in 2023. Hear the great options for both dining in or carrying out at Mezzo, tips on prioritizing your savings for emergencies, and how to prep, eat, and shop better when you’re on vacation. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 46: Metro Pizza and Valentine's Day on a Budget

January 24, 2023

In this forty-sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they hit up the neighborhood favorite Metro Pizza, share tips for celebrating Valentine's Day without breaking the bank, and reveal how you can reframe negative thoughts. Hear the most innovative items to try at the family-run pizzeria, what you can plan for Valentine’s Day without your cell phone, and the steps needed to think more positively. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 45: Más Por Favor and College Financing

January 17, 2023

In this forty-fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they explore Más Por Favor Taqueria y Tequila in Chinatown, welcome Ascensus Institutional Relationship Manager Tiffany King, and share a free tool that maps out what you need for college financing. Hear how to get to the secret tunnel and speakeasy, how to make the most of a 529 college savings plan, and how much you should save monthly. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 44: Yoshiya Japanese Kitchen and Credit Card Balance Transfers

January 10, 2023

In this forty-fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out a mix of tasty dishes at Yoshiya Japanese Kitchen, share the pros and cons of a credit card balance transfer, and reveal how to break away from running on autopilot. Hear what makes Japanese curry special, how a credit card balance transfer impacts debt, and the benefits of updating your morning routine. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 43: Windy City Beefs-N-Dogs and The Psychology of Money

January 3, 2023

In this forty-third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy traditional Chicago-style hot dogs in Las Vegas at Windy City Beefs-N-Dogs, share the first ever financial book review on the show, and discuss brain exercises to help boost memory. Hear about hot dog salads and whether a hot dog is a sandwich, insightful short stories from The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel, and why challenging your taste buds is good for your brain. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 42: The Bagel Cafe and Secured Credit Cards

December 27, 2022

In this forty-second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they get a little taste of New York in the heart of Las Vegas at The Bagel Cafe, explain the difference between secured and unsecured credit cards, and determine whether or not adults should get allowances. Consider the black and white cookies at this bagel spot, build your credit back with a secured credit card, and potentially avoid arguments with your significant other by implementing allowances. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 41: Jessie Rae's BBQ and Shopping Too Much

December 20, 2022

In this forty-first bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they indulge in award-winning BBQ at Jessie Rae's BBQ, discuss how to have a conversation with your spouse if they're shopping too much, and talk the importance of showing appreciation to yourself. Hear why you might want to wear sweatpants at this BBQ spot, consider a date night focused on talking money, and how to practice gratitude by writing a letter to your future self. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 40: Frijoles & Frescas and Money Personalities

December 13, 2022

In this fortieth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy Frijoles and Frescas and welcome bestselling author and financial coach Lisa Chastain to teach us about money personalities and how to talk money with your significant other. Hear how to reconstruct tacos, how our beliefs and values affect our money personality, and how using a simple quiz can help couples work better together when it comes to finances. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 39: Sunflower Vietnamese Restaurant and Safety with Payment Apps

December 6, 2022

In this thirty-ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they check out Sunflower Vietnamese Restaurant, share safety tips for using payment apps like Venmo, Zelle, and Cash App, and discuss a few things to remember when it comes to charitable giving. Hear how Sunflower creates a fun atmosphere, ways to avoid fraud while making easy payments on apps, and different ways you can give this holiday season. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 38: Viva Las Arepas and Rising College Costs

November 29, 2022

In this thirty-eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they dive into arepas at Viva Las Arepas, discuss how to prepare for the rising cost of college, and share tips for applying for scholarships. Hear what makes arepas so tasty, the different fixed and variable college costs, and why showcasing your unique traits can go a long way when applying for scholarships. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 37: HUMMUS Bowls & Wraps and Saving on Food

November 22, 2022

In this thirty-seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy hummus and more from HUMMUS Bowls and Wraps, talk the top ways to save on your food bill, and share some helpful meal prep hacks. Hear the 4 kinds of hummus they offer, how to plan out your meals, and when to double up on ingredients. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 36: Chickpeas and Homeownership Expenses

November 15, 2022

In this thirty-sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out shawarma from Chickpeas, discuss different expenses associated with homeownership, and ideas to make your home more functional and organized. Hear the tasty sauce offered at many Mediterranean restaurants, why it helps to do your research on homeownership expenses, and how hiding some key features improves the look of your kitchen. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 35: Tacos Los Barrios and Investing in Yourself

November 8, 2022

In this thirty-fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they visit a local food truck with fabulous burritos called Tacos Los Barrios, welcome CCCU's Director of Compliance Keri Bach to talk the importance of investing in your mind and body, and talk tips for getting started with financial investing. Hear about the food that tastes you as you’re eating it, how to get better sleep, and why time is your best asset. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 34: Nabe Hotpot and How Credit and Interest Rates Work

November 1, 2022

In this thirty-fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they head back to Chinatown for Nabe Hotpot, talk different types of credit and how they work, plus tips for better credit card management. Hear why hotpot is worth the wait, how interest rates affect your credit, and when to increase your credit limit. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 33: Xiao Long Dumplings and Financial Advice at Age 22

October 25, 2022

In this thirty-third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they indulge in dumplings at Xiao Long Dumplings, share what successful people wish they knew about finances at age 22, and dish on ways to make yourself happier at work. Hear the famous celebrity the Chinatown spot is named after, how important money should be in your life, and why it helps to get to know your entire team. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 32: Café Lola and Why Escrows Vary

October 18, 2022

In this thirty-second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they get "Instagrammable" at Café Lola, discuss escrows and why they change, and share a few ways your home can actually make money for you. Hear what makes a super cute restaurant, how escrows affect your monthly mortgage payment, and whether it’s worth it to rent out your pool or backyard. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 31: Juan's Flaming Fajitas and Selling Your Car Private Party

October 11, 2022

In this thirty-first bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they review Mexican cuisine from Juan's Flaming Fajitas, provide tips for buying and selling cars private party, and share how to make your car stand out. Hear what makes fajitas so eye-popping, how to protect yourself from fraud, and get your car professionally detailed. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 30: Jong-Ro Chicken and Being Cyber Safe with Finances

October 4, 2022

In this thirtieth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out some chicken with serious crunch at Jong-Ro, welcome CCCU's Chief Technology Officer Matt Becker to discuss how you can be safe online with your personal finances, and share how to teach your children to be cyber safe. Hear the coolest things to order at Jong-Ro, a mock scam phone call to show just how quickly scammers work, and how to warn your kids about clickbait and phishing scams. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 29: Market Grill Cafe and the Basics of a 401k

September 27, 2022

In this twenty-ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they explore authentic Mediterranean cuisine at Market Grille Cafe, help you understand the basics of a 401k, and share changes that are coming to 401ks. Hear about the tasty pomegranate chicken dish, why you want to start saving ASAP, and how much to contribute to your 401k. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 28: Peppermill and Credit Card Best Practices

September 21, 2022

In this twenty-eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they attempt huge portions at the iconic Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge on the Strip, take a look at a few situations when having an annual fee on your credit card is okay, and share some general best practices when using credit cards. Hear how to do Peppermill right, what types of credit cards have annual fees, and where to do research on credit cards. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 27: Frosted Bakery and Handling Inflation

September 14, 2022

In this twenty-seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they unleash their sweet tooth at Frosted Bakery, talk dealing with inflation, and share tips for future-proofing your career. Hear how Frosted Bakery helps refugees become assets in the Las Vegas community, how to ask for a pay raise, and how to stay ahead of change in your industry. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 26: Herbs and Rye and Renting Your First Apartment

September 7, 2022

In this twenty-sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they explore the hidden gem of Herbs and Rye, tips for renting your first apartment when you haven't built up strong credit yet, and some of the essentials to buy when you’re moving into your first place. Hear what a steak speakeasy restaurant is like, how much income is needed to support your new rent, and Shannon and Crystal go down memory lane to their first apartments. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 25: John Mull's Meats & Road Kill Grill and Buying a New Home

June 8, 2022

In this twenty-fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out some delicious meats at John Mull's Meats and Road Kill Grill, welcome Mortgage Loan Officers Ky Adeseye and Liz Lopez to share tips for preparing for a new home purchase, and reveal how to pick the best mortgage officer in a competitive housing market. Hear the tastiest dishes featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, what to do before you look at homes, and what not to do before closing.  Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 24: District One Kitchen & Bar and Car Buying Tips

June 1, 2022

In this twenty-fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they explore Vietnamese and Asian fusion dishes at District One Kitchen and Bar, share the top 3 factors for finding your next vehicle, and what aspects of vehicle ownership will bring you the most satisfaction. Hear the crazy pho dish with an entire lobster in it, where to check a vehicle history report, and which car colors may tie to driver happiness. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 23: Las Pupusas and Saving and Fun after Retirement

May 25, 2022

In this twenty-third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy pupusas at Las Pupusas (of course!), reveal how to save money after retirement, and share fun things to do in retirement to keep life interesting. Hear what a pupusa is, the best ways to save after you no longer have your annual income, and the most exciting hobbies to pick up with your added free time. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 22: SoHo Sushi Burrito and Stop Being House Poor

May 17, 2022

In this twenty-second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out SoHo Sushi Burrito (whaaaat?!), talk being house poor, and saving up for that down payment for your dream home. Hear what a sushi burrito tastes like, what to do about being house poor, and how to prepare for applying for a loan for your home ownership expenses. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 21: Ohlala French Bistro and Living Paycheck to Paycheck

May 11, 2022

In this twenty-first bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they fall in love with French food at Ohlala French Bistro, share how to stop living paycheck to paycheck, and chat side hustle ideas that actually work. Hear the best French dishes to try, what expenses to prioritize each month, and ways you can supplement your income from home. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 20: Mint Indian Bistro and Warning Signs for Scams

May 4, 2022

In this twentieth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out all sorts of deliciousness at Mint Indian Bistro, welcome Fraud Prevention Manager Debbie Edillon to reveal the top warning signs for scams, and share how to protect your passwords. Hear how food can appeal to all 5 senses, how to tell the difference between scams and legitimate communication from your financial institution, and the most helpful tools for protecting your account information. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 19: Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse & Managing Credit Card Debt

April 27, 2022

In this nineteenth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they dig into a fantastic meal at Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse, share steps for managing credit card debt, and a super helpful Credit Card Payoff Calculator. Hear the difference between Hibachi and Teppanyaki, how to cut back on expenses, and today’s average credit card rate. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 18: Pho So 1 and CDs vs. Money Market Accounts

April 20, 2022

In this eighteenth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they feel the pho love at Pho So 1, dive into CDs vs. Money Market Accounts, and share tips for using your phone to stay organized. Hear the tastiest Vietnamese meals to try, how to know what savings or investment accounts are best for you, and the most helpful apps on your phone to help you stay efficient. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 17: Bun Bun Chicken and why Credit Unions over Banks

June 8, 2022

In this seventeenth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they love love Bun Bun Chicken, break down the differences between credit unions and banks, and provide tips to help your future career. Hear the tastiest chicken treats, benefits of becoming a credit union customer, and best way to figure out what you truly want to do for a living. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 16: Nittaya's Secret Kitchen and Avoiding Financial Fraud

April 7, 2022

In this sixteenth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy the not-so-secret deliciousness of Nittaya's Secret Kitchen, share tips for avoiding financial fraud, and a checklist for when someone tries to access your funds. Hear the best way to reheat Thai food, what to be extra careful about online, and how to avoid falling victim to spoofing. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 15: Doña Maria Tamales Mexican Restaurant and Understanding Credit Reports

March 29, 2022

In this fifteenth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they taste terrific tamales at Doña Maria Tamales Mexican Restaurant and welcome Business Development Director Craig Fraley to chat all things credit scores. Hear how great customer service can leave an impact, what goes into your credit score, and how to keep your info safe. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 14: Nora's Italian Cuisine and What to Do with the Equity in Your Home

March 23, 2022

In this fourteenth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy authentic Italian food at Nora's Italian Cuisine, share ideas for what to do with increased equity in your home, and how to improve the value of your home. Hear what Italian foods you should get at lunch, what a HELOC is, and the home improvement project that’s right for you. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 13: Hawaiian BBQ at Makai Pacific Island Grill and Buying Your First Car

March 15, 2022

In this thirteenth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they taste the "Chipotle of Hawaiian Food" at Makai Pacific Island Grill, share tips for buying your first car, and how to avoid a flat tire. Hear the most delicious Hawaiian foods, the top 3 car-buying mistakes to avoid as a 1st-time buyer, and how to check your tire pressure. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 12: Trying Out Casa Don Juan and Financial Safety on Social Media

March 9, 2022

In this twelfth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they trust recommendations for new meals to try at Casa Don Juan, discuss what financial information is okay to share online, and share cybersecurity tips to keep your privacy safe on social media. Hear the difference between flautas and taquitos, how Millennials and Gen X compare in terms of sharing financial info on social media, and why you should think twice before answering fun questions online. Learn more at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 11: Breakfast at Egg Works and Egg and I and Awkwardly Important Financial Topics

March 2, 2022

In this eleventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they dive deep into the local breakfast favorites Egg Works and Egg and I, discuss taboo-but-important financial topics, and do an exercise in visualizing your future self. Hear the tastiest egg dishes at the Vegas staple, how to talk retirement and estate planning with your family, and how picturing your future self can actually make you happier. Learn more and play the Banzai game at  CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 10: Viva Zapata's and Teaching Your Kids How to Budget

February 23, 2022

In this tenth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they enjoy one of their favorite hidden Mexican lunch spots - Viva Zapata's - and welcome Chief Lending Officer and father of 5, Josh Haldeman, to talk teaching your kids how to budget. Hear the magic of tableside guac, how to raise your kids to be financially independent, and the top books and podcasts to shape how you and your kids think about money.

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Ep. 9: Saffron Flavors of India and Financial Advice for Your Younger Self

February 15, 2022

In this ninth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they put their spiciness tolerance to the test at Saffron Flavors of India, share real-life financial lessons submitted by their Facebook community, and get SMART with financial goals. You’ll learn what to order if it’s your first time at an Indian restaurant, the biggest financial regrets and how to avoid them, and a helpful worksheet to keep you focused on saving money. Learn more at CCCULV.org and try out the SMART savings goal worksheet.

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Ep. 8: Kogi Korean BBQ and Improving Your Credit Score

February 8, 2022

In this eighth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they go all-in on Korean BBQ at Kogi, share tips for improving your credit score, and dive into gift-giving without breaking the bank. You'll learn the tastiest hot pots, biggest credit no-nos, and whether it’s okay to regift. Learn more at CCCULV.org and check out the financial resources at CUinsight.com.

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Ep. 7: KoMex and Teaching Your Children About Finances

February 2, 2022

In this seventh bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they experience Korean-Mexican fusion at KoMex, share how to be your child's finance teacher, and reveal financial tools to get your family to the head of the class. You’ll learn how to make it fun for your kids to learn about money, what financial topics to discuss at different ages, and a delicious fusion dish featured on the Food Network. Learn more and play the Banzai game at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 6: Shokku Ramen and Monitoring Your Credit Score

January 26, 2022

In this sixth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they try out tasty ramen from Shokku Ramen, break down credit scores, and share a financial wellness quiz. You'll learn how often to check your credit score, how to improve your credit score, and the best way to order ramen. Learn more and take the Financial Wellness Assessment at CCCULV.org.

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Ep. 5: Tapas From Firefly and Using Your Credit Card

January 19, 2022

In this fifth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they sample Spanish Tapas from Firefly, resolve the great credit card vs. debit card debate, and share some ideas to stay happy and healthy. You'll learn how credit cards compare to debit cards when it comes to online shopping, whether money can buy happiness, and the tastiest tapas to try out. Learn more at CCCULV.org and check out the financial resources at CUinsight.com.

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Ep. 4: Steak Frites From Honey Salt and Building Your Emergency Fund

January 12, 2022

In this fourth bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they plan for a beautifully messy and tasty meal at Honey Salt, discuss why an emergency fund is more than just extra cash, and a self-assessment to help create your emergency fund. You’ll learn how to build your emergency fund in stages, recognize how you feel about your finances, and some fun names for cocktails. Learn more at CCCULV.org and check out the financial resources at CUinsight.com.

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Ep. 3: Asian Fusion From VeggiEAT and Cost-Effective Party Planning

January 12, 2022

In this third bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they step outside their comfort zones to taste-test VeggiEAT, discuss creating a budget for your party, and mental health tricks to get out of your comfort zone. You’ll learn party supplies that are great bang for the buck, insights from Gretchen Rubin, and how to use the resources in your circle. Learn more at CCCULV.org and check out the financial resources at CUinsight.com.

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Ep. 2: Tacos From Sin Fronteras and Getaways on a Budget

January 12, 2022

In this second bite, join co-hosts Crystal Price and Shannon Hiller from Clark County Credit Union as they taste-test Sin Fronteras, discuss planning a little getaway on a budget, and even ideas for that awesome staycation at your home. You'll learn about Mt. Charleston, The Arts Factory, and Shannon’s favorite - “The Great Indoors.” Learn more at CCCULV.org and check out the financial resources at CUinsight.com.

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Ep. 1: Financial Questions to Ask Your Future Spouse; Pin Kaow Review

January 12, 2022

We love trying new restaurants and Thai food is one of our favorites. In this episode, we discuss how eating Crying Tiger Beef can actually turn into a joyous food experience, plus we’ll tackle one of the most feared financial conversations: talking about finances with your significant other. And finally, we’ll give you the tools and checklists you need to start these financial conversations with your sweetheart.

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