Tag: finance

What Is Financial Aid for College?

[ 0 ] March 31, 2020 |
What Is Financial Aid for College?

Today’s skyrocketing college tuition prices mean most families can’t afford the whole bill on their own. Financial aid can help fill in the gaps. Here we explain everything you need to know about it, including: What is Financial Aid? Types of Financial Aid Which Form of Financial Aid is Best? How to Qualify for Financial Aid […]

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What to Do If Your Income Is Interrupted or Lost Unexpectedly: 5 Financial Steps to Take If You Can’t Work

[ 0 ] March 30, 2020 |
What to Do If Your Income Is Interrupted or Lost Unexpectedly: 5 Financial Steps to Take If You Can’t Work

As COVID-19 spreads in the U.S., people all over the country are beginning to feel its financial impact. For the first time since the 1960s, people potentially exposed to the coronavirus are being asked to quarantine themselves. Businesses, schools, childcare centers and other institutions are taking steps such as closing offices or transitioning to remote […]

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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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Lunch Savings Infographic

[ 0 ] April 30, 2019 |
Lunch Savings Infographic

In honor of National Pack Your Lunch Day, we’ve created this helpful infographic that might teach you something about how packing your own lunch can save you a bunch of money each year. Check it out! Note: If you are reading this article from a subscription email, you will need to open the article in a […]

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Become Financially Fit in 2018

[ 0 ] January 9, 2018 |
Become Financially Fit in 2018

Now that the Christmas season is behind us, the focus turns to 2018 resolutions. While many of us vow to eat better and get on the treadmill to improve our physical health, have you thought about your financial health in the New Year? Consider some statistics: A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau study found that seven out […]

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Mid-Year Update

[ 0 ] July 18, 2016 |
Mid-Year Update

As I write this article your IAACU team is busy evaluating and recording second quarter results. Since we are a financial cooperative and you are our owners, I thought it appropriate to communicate how we evaluate the performance of your Credit Union. Measures used to evaluate performance are divided into two broad categories: 1) Net […]

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