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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.

Let it snow, let it snow, let it grow!

Build health and wealth in 2023 and earn a chance to win a $250 Visa® Gift Card by participating in our Financial Education Contest!

12 Steps to Financial Wellness

Your financial wellbeing is important! Learn some basic steps to make your financial picture brighter in 2023.

How Can I Help My Elderly Parents Manage their Finances?

Are your parents getting on in years?  Can they use some assistance in managing their financial affairs?  Learn ways you can proactively help your elderly parents manage and protect their finances.

Last-Minute Holiday Hacks

The holiday season is underway, but you’re already feeling all the holiday stress! What can you do to break the cycle? We’ve got holiday hacks to save your sanity (and budget)!

Announcing our Financial Education Contest Winner

More than 350 people opted to stay in the know for a chance at some holiday dough. Learn more about the benefits of TCU’s FREE online Personal Finance Program.

How to Budget in Times of Inflation

We all know inflation is going crazy, and our monthly budgets are all taking a beating. How can you stick to yours? We’ve got some helpful tips to keep your bottom line intact.


TCU’s Elevate Suite offers products and services to help those trying to build or rebuild a positive checking and credit history—plus the option of FREE financial coaching and FREE online financial education programs and resources. 

Stay in the know, win holiday dough!

Learn sweet tips for smarter, safer shopping and earn a chance to win a $250 Visa® Gift Card by participating in our Financial Education Contest, open Nov. 1-15.

Don’t Get Caught in a Fake Lottery Scam

How can you spot a fake lottery scam?  Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself.

All You Need to Know About Cybersecurity

In honor of Cybersecurity Month, let’s take a closer look at the best ways to protect yourself from cybercrimes and to keep your systems and devices secure.