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Whether you’re planning your family, building a nest egg, recovering from a financial set-back or changing careers, we understand and can help you set and achieve your specific financial goals. We have the resources you’ll need to help you along your unique financial path. As always, we’ll be with you to help every step of the way.
Travis Credit Union is big on people and we’re big on helping people celebrate milestones in their lives. As a financial institution dedicated toward your success today and tomorrow, we’ll help you prepare your finances so you can achieve and celebrate life events such as a wedding or home purchase. Get started now!
You’ve promised to love, honor and cherish. Should you also pledge to comingle, consolidate and cooperate? Develop an even stronger relationship by learning how to cope with joint finances following a wedding.
Making a major purchase like a home takes research, planning, saving and commitment. Learn about the costs involved in buying a home and the type of expenses you will face along the way with this big purchase.
Usually if there’s something big you want to buy, there’s two ways to pay for it: a credit card or cash. Saving money for something big that you want is almost always better than making an impulse buy with credit. Learn how to save for the things you want without breaking your budget.