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We love our Hometown Heroes!

Let TCU help you get moving with the TCU Hometown Heroes Mortgage program.

2021 Tax Rates, Schedules and Contribution Limits

A summary of useful tax information to help you prepare for the 2021 tax year.

TCU sponsors inaugural Crossroads Classic Analytics Challenge

The inaugural Crossroads Classic Analytics Challenge invited business students from four Indiana universities to solve an ongoing problem facing banks and credit unions: How much cash should they keep on hand to meet their customers’ daily needs?

Scammers go phishing in the winter, too.

Online scammers are upping their game these days, making it harder to tell a real email message from a fake one aimed at duping you into giving them your personal information.

Credit Card Options to Match Your Lifestyle

Whether you want to save money on purchases or rack up reward points for something special, TCU has a credit card option that can make it happen. 

Should a trust be part of your estate plan?

Finding time to manage your assets can be difficult. And you may not be comfortable leaving substantial assets outright to beneficiaries.

Get on the path to financial wellness this year.

It's a brand new year, which makes this a great time to study up on financial wellness and make a plan to reach your financial goals.

Net Worth: A Revealing Financial Health Measurement

What's your net worth — and why does it matter? TCU Area Manager Adam Young joins TCU Talks to explain the importance of this metric and how understanding it can be a step on the path to financial security.

2021 W.B. Hawkins Award Recipients Named

At the 56th annual TCU Bi-County Basketball Tournament on Saturday night, Jaelyn Bules of Triton Junior-Senior High School and Hunter Smith of New Prairie High School were announced as this year's honorees.

Family and Money: Discuss Finances with Your Loved Ones

No matter how difficult, honest financial conversations among family members are almost always the best choice. TCU’s free, online program helps make that easier.