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Free Trust Seminar – February 13th


We are having a free trust seminar hosted by our financial partner, First Community Trust, on February 13th. This is open to all of our members and you are encourage to attend! You will be able to get some great information on a variety of financial services including retirement planning and asset management. We hope to…

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Apply for a Scholarship – Due in April!


As a local credit union our goal is to help our community succeed. We believe in nurturing personal and educational growth, and that is why we offer scholarships for students in the Quad City area. For members of our credit union and their family members, we offer a variety of scholarships. As of right now…

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A Health Savings Account is Beneficial for Families

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Stay Healthy with a Health Savings Account It’s the beginning of a new year, and it’s a great time to start thinking about a health savings account. A health savings account, also known as an “HSA“, goes hand-in-hand with a high deductible health plan (HDHP). This savings account is NOT an insurance plan, and it could lower…

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What’s Your New Years Resolution?

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It’s the Beginning of a New Year Now that 2019 is here, everyone is making New Years resolutions. Have you made one? If you haven’t, we might have a few suggestions for you. Maybe your resolution could be to go back to school, get a car, buy a house, go on a vacation, or simply work…

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Why you Should Bank with a Credit Union

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Benefits of Banking with a Credit Union When choosing to open a new account you have a few choices, including what type of banking institution you want to bank at. We are here to tell you that banking with a credit union–such as The Family Credit Union–has a variety of benefits; some even that you…

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Student Loan Options from The Family Credit Union

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Private Student Loan Options We are proud to be able to offer student loans to help cover the cost of school. Many people need a bit of extra help when it comes to paying for college. Even with the help of scholarships and financial aid, there can be costs that are not paid for. We…

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Why You Should Create A Health Savings Account

Health Savings Account

What Is A Health Savings Account? A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a way to save for medical expenses and reduce your taxable income. Individuals can set an HSA up with them as the sole beneficiary or one can be created for an individual and spouse and/or dependents. Who Is Eligible For A Health Savings…

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Saving Enough For Taxes In The Gig Economy


The Gig Economy – Taxes The Gig Economy is growing.While the working world is changing, the one thing that remains the same is that all workers must pay taxes. If you are working as a contractor or freelancer, you may have to pay the IRS for self-employment tax. One question that all members of the…

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Student Debt Game Plan

Student Debt

With student debt continually rising, it is important to come up with a game plan. Many recent high school graduates don’t actually understand how much college costs and what their student debt will be once they are finished. Help your child learn about student debt and come up with a plan to pay it off….

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Effectively Managing Fluctuating Income

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Whether you are a freelancer, an hourly employee with hours that fluctuate, or work on commission, your income may be different from month to month. However, just because you have an income that fluctuates, doesn’t mean you can’t manage your money. Check out these tips to learn how to effectively manage your money during a…

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