News Archive

Credit union closed Monday, February 18

The credit union will be closed on Monday, February 18 for Presidents Day. Our digital banking services are open 24/7 to help you with all your banking needs.


Phishing Scam from Crdrpt.com

We would like to alert you that some of our members have reported seeing a crdrpt.com advertisement. The site pretends that we are in some form of partnership with them. We are not part of or connected to crdrpt.com. This pop-up advertisement offers a FREE credit score, but when you click on the advertisement you are asked for personal information including your card number and soon you will see a bill for $39.90. Please do not click on this advertisement. The credit union will not ask you to pay for a service to receive your credit score. We advise members to use annualcreditreport.com to check their credit report. Annualcreditreport.com was set up by the Federal Government and is a secure FREE site.


Progress Continues on Our New Kearney Branch

A great article out of Kearney giving some details and live pictures of the new branch going up at the corner of 2nd Ave and 29th Street. Click here to view the video.


TAX FORMS

The credit union is required to send out an IRS Form 1099 to members that have earned $10.00 or more in interest in 2018. If you paid more than $600.00 in mortgage interest during the year, you will receive a separate IRS Form 1098. Please call us at 402.472.2087 if you have questions.


Scholarship Contest - Credit Unions for Higher Education

The LIncoln Chapter of Credit Union Annual Scholarship Contest is open for entries now through March 12, 2019. Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place. Learn more.


81st Annual Meeting

Please join us for our 81st Annual Meeting on Thursday, April 4, 2019. Learn more.


Spring Semester Seminars

Join us for one of our spring seminars. Select the one that best works for you. Click here to learn more.


Finances: Where do I start? Seminar

If you are a college senior or just out of college and starting your first job we have a great seminar for you. Come hear about budgeting from the credit union and information about starting your investment strategy from a financial adviser. Click here to learn more.


Come Learn Some Tips on How to Pay for Your Student's College

Attention parents of high school students: The credit union has invited Treve Florom, Director of Outreach Services at EducationQuest, to speak about the cost of college and some tips to help with funding. He will cover the FSA ID needed to complete an FAFSA form, calculate the cost of college, types of financial aid, how colleges award aid and services available through EducationQuest. We have room for 45 people to attend this informative seminar on Thursday, February 28 from 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m. at the credit union's downtown branch. Lunch will be provided. Click here to register today!