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TCU is committed to keeping members informed of all the ways we're helping in the communities we serve and how to bank smarter and safer.

AI Fraud and How to Protect Yourself

Is this how Skynet started? Scammers are using artificial intelligence to help them pull off their frauds. Learn how to spot them and how to keep yourself safe!

Teachers Credit Union Announces Name Change to Everwise Credit Union

Everwise brand to empower people to achieve their full financial potential

Does Good Debt Exist?

Is all debt bad? Does good debt actually exist? While most people have a healthy fear of going into #debt, there are “good” types of debt that will increase your wealth in the long run. Confused? Let us sort it out for you!

Money and Mental Health

Are you dealing with financial stress? It’s one of the most prevalent stresses out there, and it can affect your physical, emotional, and mental health. We’ve got tips to help you handle it!

All You Need to Know About Share Certificates

Are you looking for ways to impact your savings plan?  Learn all you need to know about share certificates with our guide.

Don't Fall for a Home Improvement Scam

Don’t hire a scammer for your home improvement projects this spring! We’ll tell you what to look for.

Time to Move or Time to Improve? Moving Vs. Home Improvement

Deciding whether to remodel or move can be a tough choice. We’ve got a breakdown of the options and whichever one you choose, TCU can help with financing!

TCU Names Nancy Engelmann Chief Human Resources Officer

Teachers Credit Union (TCU) is pleased to announce that Nancy Engelmann has been appointed to the newly created role of Chief Human Resources Officer.

How to Choose a Vacation Destination for Less

Is it long past time for a vacation but you still need to watch your budget? We’ve got some great ideas to help you get that dream vacation without putting yourself in the poorhouse!

Check Safety 101

Personal checks are still used today by many Americans. Whether you write out a check regularly or only a couple times a year, make sure to review these quick tips on keeping your money and financial accounts safe.