Category: Homes & Loans

Shopping for Kitchen Appliances: Out-Cook all your Neighbors this Holiday Season

[ 0 ] November 13, 2019 |
Shopping for Kitchen Appliances: Out-Cook all your Neighbors this Holiday Season

The Holiday Season is upon us! Whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving, throwing a holiday party, or baking cookies for Santa, the right kitchen appliances can make a huge difference! Though buying or financing new appliances can be quite an investment, it is a worthwhile step towards longevity, delicious food and cleanliness in your home. Not sure […]

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Why Refinance with IAACU?

[ 0 ] October 10, 2019 |
Why Refinance with IAACU?

Refinancing a car is a great option for those who have purchased a vehicle, and are looking for a more competitive rate, or to lower monthly payments. Signs you may want to refinance: Your credit score has improved since the purchase of your vehicle. A little bump in your score (especially in instances when a […]

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Seven Simple Steps to Buy a Car

[ 0 ] September 23, 2019 |
Seven Simple Steps to Buy a Car

On the market for a new or used vehicle? The hunt may be trying, but it doesn’t have to cause a mental break-down, at least not with this step-by-step plan.   Step One: Investigation Sticking with what’s familiar is not always the best solution when shopping around for a new (or gently used) vehicle! Rather […]

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Purchasing a New Home with IAACU

[ 0 ] March 27, 2019 |
Purchasing a New Home with IAACU

Homeownership may be one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever make, and for that reason you shouldn’t just “jump” into it. At IAACU you will always receive: Personalized Service Easy to Contact Low Fees All loans are serviced in house Nick Brooks, Vice President of Lending, has some insight of what to do […]

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Applying for Student Loans: Federal and Private

[ 0 ] May 10, 2017 |
Applying for Student Loans: Federal and Private

TEDDY NYKIEL March 24, 2016    Student loans aren’t created equal. Some are federal, some are private, some are designed to help financially needy borrowers, some offer lower rates or important borrower protections. Many students have to combine different types of loans to cover their college costs. “I am a huge fan of comparing what […]

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America Saves Week: A Reality!

[ 0 ] February 29, 2016 |
America Saves Week: A Reality!

You may have heard some of the buzz last week around America Saves Week (#ASW). Running each year since 2007, the week is an opportunity for institutions promote good savings behavior and a chance for individuals to assess their own saving status. There are six main focus points for the 2016 America Saves Week. As your preferred […]

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ILFB Annual Meeting Micro-Talk: Credit

[ 0 ] December 28, 2015 |
ILFB Annual Meeting Micro-Talk: Credit

Just a few weeks ago, we attended the Illinois Farm Bureau Annual Meeting and held two Micro-Talks. One of them was titled “What the Heck Is Credit?” and was created to help you learn more about your credit score, how it is calculated, and how to take care of your credit. To summarize the Micro-Talk, […]

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IAACU an Alternative to Payday Loans

[ 0 ] April 6, 2015 |
IAACU an Alternative to Payday Loans

Payday loans are big business — $7.4 billion annually, according to research from the Pew Charitable Trusts.  Each year 12 million Americans take out these loans from storefront locations, Web sites and even banks.  An article I recently read, which warned of the dangers of payday loans, was actually sponsored by three payday lenders!  Why?  […]

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