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After four decades in numerous roles, including director of human resources, senior vice president of operations and executive director of the TCU Foundation, Griffin — who also served as TCU’s historian — is retiring.
Your credit score determines your creditworthiness — whether you can buy a car, get certain jobs or rent an apartment. And for many Americans, it’s about to change.
TCU reminds members to be vigilant about financial scams that seek money or personal information from unsuspecting victims. Here are important tips to help protect yourself.
Jeff Sobieralski as been promoted to the new position of Director of Financial Wellness and Wellbeing where he will lead efforts to strengthen financial health for all members.
The SECURE Act — the first meaningful update to the law governing the retirement system in nearly 15 years — has created important changes for retirement planning. See how the new law will affect the ways you prepare yourself financially for your golden years.
The 18th annual showcase of visual, performing and culinary artists will bring together thousands in downtown South Bend on Saturday, Aug. 15 for the city’s signature arts and cultural event.
The building process has lots of moving parts, so it’s important to select your financing with care. Knowing how construction loans operate will speed the approval process so contractors can start building your perfect home.
Most analysts predict the Fed will keep interest rates low for the whole year. With 2020 presenting a good opportunity for homebuyers and those looking to refinance, find out how to prepare to buy a home prior to the spring selling season.
TCU has named a new vice president of mortgage lending and added a commercial relationship manager and marketing manager to its team.
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