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Going home….to the Land of 10,000 Lakes
[ 1 ] June 20, 2016 |

Going home….to the Land of 10,000 Lakes

Last week was Administrative Assistant Annette Reagans last week with us. Annette has only been with us for a short time, but she has made a huge impact on how we go about our daily work. She’s also taught us many Minnesotan sayings that we had never heard. Ever heard of dip vehicles? Yep, that’s […]

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Traveling Soon?  Read This!
[ 0 ] June 8, 2016 |

Traveling Soon? Read This!

While on vacation has your debit or credit card been blocked or have you received a phone call stating your card has been blocked? This call is usually from the IAA Credit Union Plastics Department or VISA’s fraud department. To avoid receiving these calls all you have to do is send an e-mail or make a […]

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About Our Art…HS Art Scholarship 2016
[ 0 ] May 27, 2016 |

About Our Art…HS Art Scholarship 2016

Congrats to our talented high school artists in McLean County! The 2nd Annual IAACU High School Art Scholarship Contest was another big success this year, with a number of highly talented students submitting their artwork! The 2016 Winner of the IAACU High School Art Scholarship Contest is Sam Mason from Central Catholic High School. Sam’s piece […]

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A Taste of Summer
[ 0 ] May 25, 2016 |

A Taste of Summer

A Taste of Summer… Nothing says summer is on its way than when you fire up those coals, turn on your gas grill, or start your smoker. You don’t have to be an expert on the grill to be a BBQ addict. You just have to enjoy cooking outdoors. There is no better time to […]

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Peace Out Tiffany!
[ 1 ] May 20, 2016 |

Peace Out Tiffany!

We are sad to see teller Tiffany go, but proud that she’s going to be working her dream job! If you work in the IAA Building, you’ve probably had Tiffany help you with your transactions, at least since September. Tiffany was a little shy when she first started at IAACU last September, but the credit […]

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Welcome Marisa!
[ 1 ] May 19, 2016 |

Welcome Marisa!

The teller area in the IAA Credit Union has a friendly new face! Marisa Romine started as a part-time teller on May 5th this year, and is excited to help IAACU members with their financial transactions. Marisa grew up in Stanford, IL and went to Olympia High School, then continued on to get her Associates […]

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Financial Tips by Age Group
[ 0 ] May 17, 2016 |

Financial Tips by Age Group

By Katie Bossler, GreenPath Personal Finance Counselor There are two “golden rules” in personal finance that apply, regardless of how old you are: 1) live within your means, and 2) look forward to the future and save for it. These are two very simple concepts, but very powerful. If actually applied to your everyday life, they can mean […]

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Spring Clean Your Way to Savings
[ 0 ] May 9, 2016 |

Spring Clean Your Way to Savings

Springtime means opening the windows, sweeping out the dust from over the winter and starting anew. It is also the opportune time to clean out your wallet or purse, that junk drawer full of receipts and those overflowing file cabinets. But where to begin? Sweep It Go through your wallet and purse and fish out any receipts you may have […]

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