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TCU is committed to keeping members informed of all the ways we're helping in the communities we serve and how to bank smarter and safer.
While Coping with the Coronavirus, TCU Learns from its Past

As we deal with the impact of the pandemic, we're taking a page from our past. The book "People Helping People" chronicles TCU's history — and offers perspective on addressing present-day challenges.

Is it Time to Review Your Insurance?

TCU Insurance experts advise reviewing insurance policies every couple of years to ensure you’re getting the discounts you deserve and discovering all the ways you can save.

Ways to Support Local Businesses While Social Distancing

During these trying times of social distancing, we can still support our neighbors. TCU offers ways to support small businesses while staying home to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Advice to Protect your Financial Data Against Coronavirus Scams

TCU’s cybersecurity expert offers a few simple steps to protect yourself from online and telephone scams, which increase in times of crisis as criminals try to exploit our anxiety and empathy.

To Limit Contact and Increase Security, A Mobile Wallet Is the Way to Pay

Mobile payment apps can eliminate contagion from transactions that involve touching shared, public objects like point-of-sales devices. They also offer increased security and make checkout faster.

We're Here for You: Relief Measures for Members Impacted by COVID-19

A philosophy of “people helping people” is at the heart of TCU’s mission. That’s why TCU is extending assistance to members who are facing financial challenges as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

TCU Expands Fort Wayne Lending Services

TCU has increased its lending activities in Fort Wayne and throughout Allen County with the addition of new mortgage loan originators, processors and support personnel.

Taking Stock in a Volatile Market

In uncertain times, using history as a guide can help people retain peace of mind and remain on steady ground as they evaluate their investments. TCU Investment Services offers perspective on protecting your portfolio’s health.

2020 Tax Rates, Schedules and Contribution Limits

Here are the numbers and tables needed to prepare your 2019 tax returns.

Note: Federal and state tax filing deadlines in Indiana and Michigan have been extended three months to July 15 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

In making the announcement on March 20, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin encouraged people who are set to receive refunds to file earlier so they can get their money more quickly.

TCU Monitors Coronavirus Impact

As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety and well-being of our members and team members.