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.
April is Financial Capability Month! It’s the perfect time to learn about the FREE financial education programs and resources available at TCU.
Credit card fraud is old news, but it continues to be a huge problem. We’ve got ways to keep your accounts safe and to minimize the damage!
Yes, it’s everyone’s favorite time of the year: time to file your income taxes! And this year, it’s made extra fun by the myriad of changes to the tax code. Be sure to read our guide!
You have likely seen headlines about a few recent bank closures and may wonder what this means for you.
Protect your personal information on your phone with these tips.
Is a recession upon us? Depending on who you talk to, it’s either already started, about to start, or never happening. It turns out that being prepared for one just makes good money sense!
Angie Dvorak has been appointed to the newly created role of Chief Marketing + Growth Officer. Dvorak previously served as the vice president of marketing for the credit union.
As we all know, the mighty dollar isn’t going as far as we’d like lately. But there are several little things that you can do to help get your savings back in the black. Check out these seven ways you can easily kick start your savings today!
More than 430 people brushed up on their financial knowledge last month for a chance at a $250 Visa® gift card. Find out who the lucky winner is and learn more about the benefits of TCU’s FREE online Personal Finance Program.
Congratulations! You’ve won a free vacation! There’s just one tiny problem: You’re the target of a vacation scam. We’ll show you how to spot and avoid them!
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