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6 Methods for Consolidating Your Debt

Debt - it’s a sticky word. For most, it is a normal part of life. For others, it is to be avoided like a deadly disease. It can easily become the last thing anyone wants to talk about. However, tackling it early and correctly can save you from massive headaches.

Guide to Getting a Home Equity Line of Credit in Tennessee

What would you do if your basement flooded during a period of heavy rain, requiring extensive and costly repairs? What if you wanted to increase the value of your home by renovating the kitchen or adding a pool? Would you have the funds available to do so? A home equity line of credit (HELOC) allows you, as the homeowner, the opportunity to borrow against the equity built up in your home.

Join US for the 71st Annual Meeting!

Please join us for the 71st Annual Meeting of US Community Credit Union on March 26, 2019. The Annual Meeting is being held at all branch locations (excluding McGavock and Hillsboro). You will have the opportunity to visit with staff, talk to other members, have refreshments, and elect board members.

Choosing a New Checking Account: Make It Easy to Make a Switch (Free Checklist)

There are a variety of reasons that have led you to this point: the time when you decide something has to change. You need a checking account that works for you, not against you. Maybe you have moved to a new city, or your marital status has recently changed. Perhaps you are tired of excessive fees, or maybe you are unable to access the checking account features you need with your current financial institution. Whatever the case may be, opening a new checking account might be the best option for you.

NOTICE: Government Shutdown Assistance

Has your pay been impacted by the Government Shutdown? You may be eligible for Government Shutdown Assistance from USCCU! US Community Credit Union is offering the following ways to help those whose pay has been impacted by the shutdown.

New Year's Resolutions for 2019

By the end of January, many of us will have forgotten all about our New Year’s resolutions. It can be difficult to change our lives, even when it’s for the better. Knowing this, we want you to know that, in your financial life, there are changes you can make today that will last the entire year.