Retirement Planning, Financial Planning, Life Insurance, Long-Term Care Insurance, Investments, Managed Accounts, Annuities, Mutual Funds, Disability Income Insurance, College Planning.
A successful bank can be measured in many different ways. But the one simple way we have always defined success is how well our customers, community and employees are doing. As a community bank, we are only successful if the people in our community are successful.
We have always maintained a simple, straightforward approach to banking: get to know our customers well and focus on the banking fundamentals that have proven successful over the years. Our mission is to build long-term relationships by consistently offering friendly, convenient service, sound financial advice and state-of-the-art products. As we look ahead to all of the possibilities the future holds, rest assured that we will always continue to provide you with safe and dependable financial services and community outreach and support—everything that makes a community bank a true community partner.
We’re a not-for-profit.
We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors which allows you to have a voice in the future of the credit union. Also by not paying dividends to shareholders we can offer competitive loan & deposit rates. We have no outside stockholders—we answer only to our members. So in essence, when you become a member of TCU, you also become our boss. You are a member/owner of the credit union. Your voice and vote is what matters to us. 1 member = 1 vote. Amount on deposit does not factor in as credit unions are democratic financial cooperatives. This also enables us to act more quickly when our members identify a need.
Lower loan rates.
As a not-for-profit, any revenue we generate goes directly back to our members in the form of lower, often more favorable loan rates as well as higher deposit rates. So if you’re rate-shopping for a new car, home loan
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