February 17th was National Random Acts Of Kindness Day!
That’s why this past week our #TFCUStreetTeam hit the streets of our communities to perform random acts of kindness!
Members of our team stopped by Stephanie’s & Forrest’s Family Fun Center in Taunton, Trucchi’s Supermarket in Middleboro and The Donut Factory…
Next up in our TFCU Street Team introductions is Kyle!
“My name’s Kyle and I work behind the scenes here at TFCU in the IT department! I love working with technology, but patience is key. I wanted to be a part of the TFCU Street Team because I enjoy…
We’re introducing you to each member of our Street Team over the next couple of weeks! First up is Danny!
“Hi my name is Danny and I’m a Branch Service Representative! I love working for TFCU because they truly care about their employees and the community they serve. I wanted…
Why should I buy the optional insurance provided by the rental car company? As an FBinsure agent, we are often asked this question. Many of our clients have physical damage coverage on their auto policy and should know the ramifications of not purchasing the additional Collision Damage Waiver, which…
We are excited to introduce you to our #TFCUStreetTeam!
Leslie, Ashley, Rachel, Cindy, Danny, Christina, Marty, Gyselle, Kathleen & Kyle have joined the newly created TFCU Street Team and will become the faces and voices of TFCU both online and off. This group of engaged employees will be seen throughout the…
As a financially responsible individual, you
should be checking your credit on a regular basis. You can do this by signing
up for free credit monitoring on a reputable website like CreditKarma.com, requesting your annual complimentary credit report from AnnualCreditReport.com and reviewing your monthly credit card
If all goes well, your report will hold no
Making the transition from high school to college isn’t easy. You
need to deal with a whole new set of rules, adapt to dorm life and get to know
your new classmates, teachers and roommates. Then there’s the financial aspect:
applying for financial aid, grants and scholarships; paying for school
supplies, electronic devices…
Your Mindset – Savings are a necessary expense. When working out your monthly
budget, include a little bit for savings, too.
2. Use Cash
Over Cards – This way, you’ll be forced to stick to your budget.
Small – Every little bit counts. Think a dollar a day, a fiver a…
Heat Selectively – To avoid paying for unused heat in rooms that aren’t regularly used, shut the doors and close the vents in those rooms.Trap the Sunlight – Open your curtains when you’ve got sunlight exposure, and then close them when the angle of the sun changes. This allows you to…
As winter settles in, it’s time to brush up on your disinfecting
smarts. Harmful bacteria can lurk in places you’d never suspect, and knowing
which places to be wary of can help you avoid getting sick this winter.
There are harmful microbes all over our homes-and most are found
in the kitchen.