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Downtown South Bend, the nonprofit that organizes Art Beat, is hosting a virtual event on Facebook to showcase the participating artists whose work has suffered such disruption this year.
Nicole Kearney is creating her own space in the wine industry and making room for more people to share in the experiences she offers.
Interest rates for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage recently fell to a record low, spurring a wave of refinancing. How do you know if it's the right time to refinance and lock in a lower rate? TCU offers tips and free tools to determine whether refinancing is right for you.
The South Bend event aids veterans who have suffered injuries during military service, many of whom also experience psychological trauma.
Certell.org and Sip & Share Wines were recently honored in Innovate! TCU Business Challenge. Disrupted by the pandemic, these small businesses took advantage of this moment by pivoting to new products and services.
Bamar Plastics and Unity Gardens were recently honored in TCU’s Innovate! Business Challenge. Roiled by the pandemic, these small businesses took advantage of this moment by pivoting to new products and services.
Waylon Peterson, TCU President of Investment Services, joined TCU Talks to discuss how to approach retirement savings amid the economic volatility the pandemic has created.
TCU’s Student Rewards Checking offers those ages 14 to 23 easy online banking without worrying about minimum balances and account fees when enrolled in eStatements — plus the bonus of cash rewards for managing money responsibly.
The company’s new automated quality-control cart, The Step Saver, helped them pivot to thrive in unprecedented economic conditions. The cart moves freely to facilitate the inspection of parts and improve the efficiency of the production process.
TCU’s Corporate Service Center is now open! While members will see more hand sanitizers, signs about social distancing and all team members in face coverings — we invite you to check out our new look.
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If you're between the ages of 14 and 17, you and a parent/legal guardian can open your Student Rewards Checking by visiting your nearby TCU branch. Be sure you each bring two forms of valid ID. You can find a list of acceptable IDs here.
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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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