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17 Tips to Throw a Kid’s Budget-Friendly Birthday Party

[ 0 ] September 4, 2019 |
17 Tips to Throw a Kid’s Budget-Friendly Birthday Party

Did someone say Happy Birthday? Don’t break the bank to throw a party worth remembering. With a little creativity and do-it-yourself mindset, this budget-friendly bash will be the talk of the town. These 17 tips and tricks will help you plan a party that’s cost effective, innovative, and FUN!   Create a Budget Birthday parties […]

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Brook from Le Roy High School

[ 0 ] May 8, 2019 |
Brook from Le Roy High School

Sonder is the realization that everyone around you live a life as equally detailed and complicated as your own. I believe it very important to think about this before you make preconceived judgement about someone solely base off of their race. Sexuality, gender, religion or anything else.

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Save for the Unexpected

[ 2 ] April 2, 2019 |
Save for the Unexpected

The following content is part of our America Saves Week Series and is provided by americasaves.org Nearly a quarter of savers who take the America Saves pledge chose “emergency savings” as their first wealth-building goal. And they have the right idea. Research shows that low-income families with at least $500 in an emergency fund were better off […]

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Congrats Brittany!

[ 0 ] February 28, 2019 |
Congrats Brittany!

At the end of each year, we like to recognize employees who have gone above and beyond to represent IAACU. For 2018, Brittany has been named our Brand Warrior of the Year! Her name will now be displayed on a plaque in our main lobby. Congratulations Brittany!!!  

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Welcome to our Teller Team!

[ 0 ] July 19, 2018 |
Welcome to our Teller Team!

IAA Credit Union Members, please help us welcome Kaley to the IAACU family. She has recently joined the company in the member development department as a teller. Kaley currently resides in Bloomington and has spent her entire life here. Before joining the IAACU, Kaley worked for Nozlen, Katie’s Kids, and Avanti’s. Kaley is excited to work for the IAACU because of how […]

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Have questions? We have answers: Mortgage Edition

[ 0 ] March 15, 2018 |
Have questions? We have answers: Mortgage Edition

You’re buying a home and looking for a mortgage. You want the best rate (of course), good service, and a reliable lender. But where do you start? If you’ve always suspected that the credit union is the best place for a mortgage loan, you were right! Here’s why: You know us. Because you’re a member, […]

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Suzette Boulais

[ 0 ] January 3, 2018 |
Suzette Boulais

Suzette Boulais is an abstract artist from Peoria, IL. Her work is deeply influenced by Mark Rothko, an abstract expressionist, whose paintings deal with basic color combinations and shapes that create a specific mood or impression. In most of Suzette’s pieces, she focuses on evoking feelings related to hope, happiness, harmony, peace, light, and serenity. […]

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What to Buy (and Skip) on Black Friday 2017

[ 0 ] November 7, 2017 |
What to Buy (and Skip) on Black Friday 2017

COURTNEY JESPERSEN It’s the most wonderful time of the year for shoppers. With huge sales and steep savings at nearly every retailer, Black Friday — the day after Thanksgiving — has long been touted as one of the best times of the year for buying just about anything. But it won’t be all discounts and […]

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