Football season is one of the most exciting times of the year! With each new season comes one time-honored football tradition: Tailgating.
Tailgating is a fun way to bond with friends, family, fellow fans, and even rivals, and when you find new, creative ways to save money, it makes it even more rewarding! Here are some simple ways you can save at the next big game.
On the third Thursday in October, credit unions around the world will celebrate International Credit Union Day.
For more than 160 years, credit unions have put helping people before making a profit. Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives, offering the same services as other financial institutions but with a people-first philosophy.
Every day is a celebration when you’re a Member of Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union, but on the third Thursday of October, we celebrate International Credit Union Day. On this day, we celebrate what makes credit unions special. In the spirit of the holiday, we want to look back at a little KTVAECU® history and how our values have carried over into the future.
When you become a Member of the Credit Union family, you aren’t just a number because, without our Members, we would not exist.
A safe deposit box is a secure container used to store valuables at the Credit Union. Boxes are usually made of metal and have a variety of sizes available. Safe deposit boxes are only accessible during regular business hours, which is important to keep in mind when deciding what to put in a safe deposit box.
Once a skimmer has gathered card information, the info can be used to make illegal purchases. Fortunately, there are ways to protect yourself (and your money!) against card fraud. Following these helpful tips will help protect you and your information from skimmers.
Life happens in stages, and we learn money in stages too. There are all sorts of “money milestones” from earning your first dollar to buying your first car. Not to mention everything that happens in-between! We all want our kids to develop good money habits. And part of that is learning how money works. But explaining big financial concepts in kid terms can sometimes be hard.
Ever wondered where the cheery, midsummer celebration got its start? Or why Christmas trees reemerge every July in stores along with Christmas music? But the tradition is actually deeply rooted in friendship and fun and got its start right here in the South.
This is a tough question that takes more than just looking at what you can afford for a mortgage payment to answer. There are pros and cons to both options. Ultimately, it depends on your financial situation, long-term plans and the real estate market. But if you’re trying to decide which is best for you, answering these five questions should help!
“Credit score” is a term you’ll hear over and over again, and it’s one of the most important numbers when it comes to your finances. A credit score is a representation of your credit history and is represented by a three-digit number ranging between 300-850.