Recognizing Outstanding Local Volunteers
While a "money jar" from STCU is helping her younger child learn the value of a dollar, she's had to get creative with her teen.
Do you remember when you received your first crisp, green dollar bill for the very first time? A handful of coins as your first allowance? These days instead of racing out the door to spend it on candy and toys, parents are trying to encourage their kids to save as costs for things like college continue to increase.
As important to your overall financial picture as they are, the folks at STCU say that credit scores are often ignored until when they are needed, and at that point it can be too late.
If you are waiting to receive your tax refund, you are probably already thinking of all the ways you'd like to spend it. Financial experts warn though, better to avoid big splurges and save the money for a rainy day.
If you're looking to buy your first home, you may want to check out some upcoming free workshops.
STCU is warning its customers about bogus emails that asks customers to log-in to their STCU accounts. These emails - while official-looking - are fake, STCU says, and customers should avoid them.
Spokane Teachers Credit Union will open its first stand-alone home loan center on August 29 at I-90's Argonne interchange.
Single tickets will soon be on sale for the STCU Best of Broadway and National Geographic 2018-2019 season.
KXLY4 and STCU are honoring dedicated volunteers who truly make a difference with their time and resources to non-profit organizations.
Kxly4 News and STCU are teaming up to honor dedicated volunteers who truly make a difference for local non-profit organizations.
According to STCU, over the weekend, some members were double-charged for debit transactions due to a technical issue.
Coeur d'Alene police are searching for the person who robbed a Spokane Teachers Credit Union this morning.
Kxly4 News and STCU are honoring dedicated volunteers that truly make a difference with their time and resources to non-profit organizations.