Monthly Archive - TravisCU Blog

Oct 2018


Focused on Your Financial Future

10/8/2018

Message from the CEO

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68th Annual Meeting Notice

10/8/2018

Elections will be held Thursday, April 25, 2019, for the Board of Directors and the Supervisory Committee.

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Support Local Charities at the Solano Turkey Trot on Nov. 22

10/8/2018

Travis Credit Union is a presenting sponsor of the Solano Turkey Trot’s Kid’s Race on Nov. 22, 2018.

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In the Community – Fall 2018

10/8/2018

Here are some highlights of the fun we were able to participate over the past few months.

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Holiday Donations Help Our Communities

10/8/2018

Since 2006, Travis Credit Union has collected food and donations to directly help people in the communities we serve.

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Real Estate News – Fall 2018

10/8/2018

Turn to Travis Credit Union for this 30-year home loan that comes with a low rate locked in for the first 15 years followed by a 15-year Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)!

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Elder Financial Abuse

10/8/2018

Know the signs and protect your savings.

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Have a 401(k) Plan at a Former Employer? Travis Financial Services

10/8/2018

Here are some options for getting the most out of multiple retirement accounts.

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Find Financial Success

10/8/2018

Receive confidential budget and debt counseling.

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International Credit Union Day 2018

10/8/2018

The credit union industry celebrates the positive impact credit unions have had worldwide!

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Top 10 Car Buying Tips

10/8/2018

Buying a new car today remains no small task, even for experienced drivers looking for their next set of wheels.

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Guaranteed Asset Protection for Vehicle Loans

10/8/2018

Get peace of mind with loan protection.

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Coming Soon! New TCU Branch in Pleasant Hill!

10/8/2018

Travis Credit Union members in Pleasant Hill will have a new location to visit at Crescent Plaza.

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Why women need to save more than men

10/3/2018

Because of longer life expectancies, women need to have significantly more in retirement savings than men.

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