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New Buffalo Savings Bank Clients: Welcome to TCU! Learn more about the transition here.
The redesign of tcunet.com features best practices for users with disabilities, uses vivid imagery, bold design and personalized access to the member experience.
We marked the opening of our three new Harbor Country service centers in subdued fashion because we cannot yet serve our new members in person. But Monday’s ribbon-cutting in downtown New Buffalo was still a cause for celebration!
One of the biggest boosts to modern living has been the arrival of digital banking. It’s convenient. It’s free of cost. And it can make your financial life easier to manage for years to come.
We're accepting applications until June 15 for “Innovate! TCU Business Challenge” — an opportunity to award at least $25,000 in grants to the best ideas that have emerged as companies have retooled to deliver innovative services in the wake of the pandemic.
Because planned ceremonies have been canceled, we wanted to do something to ensure celebrations were not entirely lost — so we created a slide show to give TCU’s class of 2020 graduates some of the pomp and circumstance they deserve.
Congratulations to Brandon Demitruk, TCU’s Vice President of Finance and Facilities, on his well-deserved place on the South Bend Regional Chamber’s list of the Michiana Forty Under 40!
Come July, auto owners in the Great Lake State will face choices for their car insurance due to major updates to the state's no-fault system. TCU Insurance Agency is here to help Michiganders manage new options.
May 29 (5/29) is National 529 College Savings Plan Day, a reminder to take advantage of the incentives that encourage saving for future educational expenses. Saving for college is one of the most beneficial investments families can make.
“Innovate! TCU Business Challenge” is open for applications. The determination to keep people employed and to build a foundation for future economic success was the inspiration to create this competition for businesses rebounding from the coronavirus.
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.
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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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