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Staying on top of your finances is easier than ever with Online and Mobile Banking from TCU. Our digital solutions help you bank simply and securely on your schedule from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Contributions to an individual retirement account made before April 15, 2021 can be claimed on your taxes, one of the few potential savings still available for the 2020 tax year — and a way to boost retirement income!
Rucker shares how she’s helping TCU ensure that Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are not buzzwords — but are a way of life in the workplace and in how we serve our members.
Skip the trip and deposit checks as soon as you receive them — bypassing a branch visit or ATM. Mobile check deposit lets you deposit checks into your TCU account using the camera on your mobile device.
Marsh becomes one of 24 Directors on the influential board which advocates on behalf of credit unions across the country.
If your resolution is to save money, here are tips to get started. These easy ways to reduce spending can help you develop a simple and realistic strategy to meet your short- and long-term financial goals.
The three Blair kids got the surprise of their lives Christmas morning: a house to call their own after years of saving. They also unwrapped valuable money lessons that will last a lifetime.
In a trying year, our members’ dedication to TCU was a much-needed bright spot. Join us as we look back at 2020 and a commitment to service, innovation and community.
TCU’s Director of Financial Wellness and Wellbeing Jeff Sobieralski tricks himself into saving money. Read Jeff’s tips and learn about TCU’s tools to help your family build financial security.
TCU is pleased to welcome Roberto “Robby” Munoz as manager of the Crawfordsville service center. Munoz will oversee member service, branch operations and consumer lending.
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Developing a budget based on your monthly income, expenses and savings is the first step.
Even a small, regular contribution toward your retirement has the potential to grow into a large nest egg.
It is important to build up your savings to cover emergencies and to plan for your future. As a general rule, you should maintain enough savings to cover three to six months of your regular expenses.
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