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When saving money is routine for kids, it’s likely to become a habit. An early commitment to regularly save helps our youngest members become financially savvy adults. TCU’s youth savings accounts help empower the next generation, while providing an easy way to do it.
Both credit cards and debit cards have a role to play in your financial life. Knowing how and when to use each of them represents a step toward financial security.
April is Financial Literacy Month and a great time to focus on your personal financial goals and navigate the challenges that arise as you work toward them. We encourage you to explore TCU’s resources, tools and solutions to help you make smart money decisions now and to balance your priorities at every stage of life.
While traveling, withdrawing money should be convenient, safe and quick. Fortunately, TCU members have access to 30,000 reduced-fee CO-OP and Alliance One ATMs nationwide.
An emergency fund gives you the ability to deal with problems in a level-headed manner and helps you avoid racking up credit card debt or taking out a loan. Here are ideas on how to build an emergency fund to cover life's unexpected events.
Creating a manageable budget is key to having enough for both your needs and wants. A good way to achieve that goal is with a specific plan. Learn how to get started designing a budget you can live on in no time.
TCU Insurance Agency announces the move of its Plymouth office to the Plymouth West Service Center, 1501 North Oak Drive.
Friday, February 22 will be a day of celebration at the Teachers Credit Union Rochester Service Center, 1707 E State Rd 14.
Everybody wants to save more money, but it can be a challenge to turn that aspiration into action. One of the best strategies, as Get a Financial Life author Beth Kobliner told NPR in December, is to make your saving automatic.
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