Tag: credit union

Home Equity Loans to the Rescue!

[ 0 ] June 10, 2020 |
Home Equity Loans to the Rescue!

As we all know, this spring has people home much more than usual. Whether you have more free time, or work from home and just notice the areas of your home that need some “fixing up,” you may be wondering where to get the funds to make the necessary repairs. IAACU Home Equity Loans to […]

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Update: Upcoming FICO Changes

[ 0 ] May 4, 2020 |
Update: Upcoming FICO Changes

Consumers struggling with their finances may need extra help when new scoring models are implemented. FICO adjusts its credit score modeling every few years to adapt to consumer behavior. This summer, FICO 10 and 10 T will roll out. What does the T stand for? “T” is for Trend. These modeling changes will reflect new […]

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License Sticker Renewals at IAA CU

[ 1 ] December 13, 2019 |
License Sticker Renewals at IAA CU

by Jeff Malcom If you haven’t heard, the state of Illinois is no longer sending out license sticker renewals in the mail. This has caused some drivers to worry heavily about expired stickers. In the past, our members have been reminded via a renewal postcard, sent by the Illinois Secretary of State, and then they […]

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Congratulations to our superstar, Emily Griffin!

[ 0 ] December 2, 2019 |
Congratulations to our superstar, Emily Griffin!

Emily Griffin, our Supervisor of Compliance and Accounting, has recently been highlighted in a Country News Network article by Wes Lind and Patrick Smith. We are honored to present their article here as well, and we are grateful to have such a dedicated woman as a member of our staff.   Griffin’s winding career path […]

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Eyes Wide Open to Credit Unions

[ 2 ] July 26, 2019 |
Eyes Wide Open to Credit Unions

CU QUICK FACTS IAACU Data as of 06.30.19 HQ: Bloomington, IL ASSETS: $261.6M MEMBERS: 16,773 BRANCHES: 3 12-MO SHARE GROWTH: 3.3% 12-MO LOAN GROWTH: 5.2% Periodically I find myself in a casual non-work discussion which eventually touches on what I do for a living. As I try to explain what a credit union is, the […]

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Seth from LeRoy High School

[ 0 ] June 7, 2019 |
Seth from LeRoy High School

“As I am sure you already know, we are all living projects. From birth to death, one hopes to have made mental progress, one hopes to have matured. Such is much easier said than done, and it is a rather momentous struggle for an individual to break from their norms. Within the transitional period of […]

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