NEW LOOK FOR ONLINE BANKING:

Logging in to Online Banking? You’ll notice a new and refreshed look when you do. While the look is new, you’re in the right place and everything else will work the way it always has. 

NEW LOOK FOR ONLINE BANKING: Logging in to Online Banking? You'll notice a new and refreshed look when you do. While the look is new, you're in the right place and everything else will work the way it always has.
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Everyone knows your name…Cheers!

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Have you ever been to your favorite restaurant, gas station or grocery store and you are greeted by name? Kinda like Norm from Cheers! It’s such a great feeling that you are a valued and respected customer where the people who work there take the time to learn who you are – one of the reasons you come back.

Money Under the Mattress?

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Do you keep extra money hidden under your mattress? Or do you think it’s just an old saying? If you’re leaving your funds in an account that isn’t earning dividends, it almost like you’re keeping it under a mattress anyway.

Not-So-Free Checking

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Rewind a few months ago, and you might remember an announcement from Wells Fargo about doing away with certain free checking accounts. Fast forward to present day, and there’s another announcement that Wells Fargo checking accounts in NC & SC are no longer free either. What’s the solution? Move your relationship to Truliant Federal Credit Union!  Click here to read a great article at nerdwallet that recommends Truliant too!

It’s a Great Time to Save…

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A friend of mine has a son who just graduated from college.  He just landed his first “real” job, and desperately needs transportation.  My friend turned to me for advice and I told her about the “Save More” campaign at Truliant Federal Credit Union running through this Saturday.  

Blog – Plastic Predators

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Today’s individual financial world has become plastic, no doubt about it.

We hand over our credit or debit cards for virtually everything we do.  I can remember when my parents would only use their plastic for purchases over $100 or so, and then only if a check was not available.  Times have definitely changed.

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