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Paying Too Much for a Non-TCU Auto Loan?

TCU Refinancing Saves $$$


Have you bought a new or used car recently? Did you finance with a lender other than TCU? If so, the chances are good that you may be paying too much for your loan. How can you know? Take a few minutes to check out refinancing opportunities at TCU. You could save hundreds to over $1000 on the total cost of your loan. You may also be able to reduce the term of the loan and/or lower your payments.

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Three Keys to Managing Your Money—Do You Use Them?


What are your financial goals? Longer-term goals may include buying a home, saving for your children’s college education, or planning and investing for a retirement free of money worries. In the shorter-term maybe you’d like to buy a new car or plan toward a dream vacation. Managing your money wisely can help you reach your goals. Three powerful strategies form the foundation for success: 1) building a budget, 2) controlling your credit, and 3) setting up savings plans to grow your money. Your credit union has tools to help you do all three. This report outlines how.

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Financing Home Improvements

Have You Considered These Good Options?

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Are you considering making improvements to your home? If you are looking for financing for those improvements, the place to go is your credit union. TCU offers home equity loans and home equity lines of credit.

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Is Now a Good Time to Buy a Car?

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Sales are strong for car manufacturers and dealerships after several slow years. Maybe that had to do with the fact that the average car and pickup trunk on American roads is 11.5 years old. Maybe your vehicle’s best years are behind it, too, and you’re thinking about buying a new car or truck? Before you hit the websites or showrooms to shop, take a moment to brush up on these pointers. Your wallet will thank you.

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Popular Credit Card Gimmicks

Which May Work & Which Usually Don't?

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Credit cards are important money management tools for most people. They provide a convenient and secure way to make purchases online and in stores, both at home and while traveling. Unfortunately, for many people, they are also a convenient way to run up debt. Current credit card debt averages over $15,000 per U.S. household.

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