[New Year Update] Saving money is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. To help you achieve your financial goals in 2017, we’ve brought back our post on improving money habits to save more. Happy New Year from everyone at CUTX!
63% of Americans have less than $500 in their savings account. That means, for millions of people, a $1,000 emergency becomes a giant headache, setting finances back for months. It means playing catch-up and stressing out about deciding which bill, the gym membership or cable bill, can be skipped this time around. Thankfully, it all boils down to money habits, and like all habits, we can retrain ourselves to change. Read More
Credit Union of Texas had the honor of sponsoring the Christmas is for Children Radiothon. Over two days, 98.7 KLUV went live at Children’s Medical Center Dallas to share inspiring stories from the patients. Read More
Salvation Army bell-ringers are starting to make appearances outside stores all over the United States. That’s a sign that the holidays have arrived, and many find themselves enjoying the spirit of giving. 30% of all charitable donations happen in the month of December. This holiday season, donate smart by keeping the following tips in mind. Read More
CUTX took part in the City of Richardson’s Corporate Challenge. In the spirit of the Olympics, the challenge involves companies going head-to-head in 25 athletic and non-athletic events. Events are scored and champions are crowned. Everyone loves being a winner, but what we value at CUTX is FUN and COMMUNITY. This event gives us the chance to come together with other businesses to raise money for Special Olympics Texas. Read More
We got a chance to sit down with this month’s Experience Champion, Mark. He earned the title because of his efforts to help a member come out of a financial emergency with a smile.
Our member, who has a car loan with CUTX, could no longer use their car due to health issues. She was stuck with a car payment for a vehicle that was no longer useful and was considering voluntary repossession.
Knowing this was not a good solution, Mark helped the member sell her car for a fair price and automatically approved her for a personal loan to cover the small remaining balance. Mark continues to stay in touch with the member’s family.
Mark exemplifies what providing an unexpected experience truly means. Keep reading to learn more about Mark! Read More
CUTX is taking part in the City of Richardson’s Corporate Challenge. In the spirit of the Olympics, the challenge involves companies going head to head in 25 athletic and non-athletic events. Events are scored, and a champion is crowned by the event’s end. Everyone loves being a winner, but what we value at CUTX is the FUN and COMMUNITY. This event gives us the chances to come together with other businesses in the spirit of fun to raise money for Special Olympics Texas. See our latest standings below. Stay tuned for more updates. Read More
The end of summer means the start of a new school year. From providing thousands of teachers with academic planners, to sponsoring countless school events, CUTX is committed to serving the schools in our area. Recently, we’ve partnered with Lewisville ISD to sponsor a Back to School Fair and New Hire Breakfast. We loved the opportunity to talk to both students and the new teachers that will instruct them for the school year. Read More
At CUTX, “Experience More….” doesn’t just apply to our members, we want our TEAM to experience more as well. Our newest team members attend Experience University so they can learn all of our insider secrets: like where all the best Pokemon spawn, the best food joints around, and how to turn straw into gold! Read More
All checking accounts are created equal. Says everyone that doesn’t have a Secure Plus checking account with CUTX. That’s right, a checking account is more than a handy place where you can keep all your mulahh, at least at Credit Union of Texas it is. If you didn’t know, here’s a handy list of benefits you can take advantage of with our Secure Plus checking account. If you already know, well a reminder never hurt. Read More