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* Options to Reduce Monthly Account Fee:
Student Rewards Checking: The $2 monthly account fee is waived if your monthly statement is delivered as an eStatement.
Performance Checking: The $2 monthly account fee is waived if: a) your monthly statement is delivered as an eStatement; b) you enroll in direct deposit; OR c) you have combined balances of $2,500 in deposits, loans and/or TCU Investment Services balances; OR c) you have at least 10 debit transactions per month.
Advantage Checking: The $7 monthly fee will be reduced to $5 if your monthly statement is delivered as an eStatement.
World Checking: The $10 monthly fee will be reduced to $8 if your monthly statement is delivered as an eStatement, and is waived entirely if your combined deposit, loan and, TCU Investment Services balances exceed $100,000.
Ultimate Checking: The $10 monthly fee will be waived when you register for eStatements and perform 15 non-PIN TCU debit card transactions each month.
** A .25% loan discount is available on direct, closed-end, consumer loans only (excludes indirect and commercial loans, mortgages and lines of credit).
*** Mortgage origination fee discount of $100.
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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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Even a small, regular contribution toward your retirement has the potential to grow into a large nest egg.
It is important to build up your savings to cover emergencies and to plan for your future. As a general rule, you should maintain enough savings to cover three to six months of your regular expenses.
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