Back to School in 2020

August 24, 2020

With every transition, proper mindset and preparation is key to overcoming obstacles, and the 2020 school year is no exception. Whether your school district is starting off the year exclusively with distance learning, going back to in-person learning five days a week, or they’ve settled on something in between, CTFCU has you covered. Here’s our […]

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CTFCU Grilling Hacks

June 24, 2020

Nothing says summer like the mouthwatering smell of a flaming barbecue filled with delicious food. Are you ready for the season? CTFCU has 13 genius grilling hacks that will make your backyard the place to be this summer! 1. Use a muffin tray for condiments This grilling season, skip the condiment chaos by keeping all […]

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Father’s Day at Home

June 10, 2020

In previous years, celebrating your dad and other prominent father figures in your life meant going to restaurants, attending a sports game, or hosting a barbeque. This year’s Father’s Day is quite different than before, but what does this mean for your plans? While some state governments have lifted stay at home orders, many businesses […]

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Summer at Home

June 1, 2020

Although we are hopeful that stay-at-home orders will be lifted by the start of the summer, many are still choosing to avoid mass gatherings and maintain social distance. What does this mean for your children? In recent months schools across the nation have closed and our kids have been at home to learn remotely. Unsure […]

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Remote Account Access on Your Time

May 7, 2020

  Many account transactions can be conducted through online banking, mobile banking,  and ATMs. Utilizing our remote options can provide quicker account access and help us in providing better service to members who need to visit us in person. Online/ Mobile Banking Many basic account related transactions can be easily conducted online: Remote Check Deposit […]

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Mother’s Day at Home

May 7, 2020

In recent weeks, in person family gatherings and celebrations have become a thing of the past, and Mother’s Day is no exception. While we may be unable to take our mothers out for brunch or a nice dinner, a celebration is still possible. Below is a list of ways you can make this day special […]

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Cooking with CTFCU

April 14, 2020

The CTFCU staff is sharing their favorite go-to recipes! Check them out below:

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National Credit Education Month

February 29, 2020

March is National Credit Education Month! To celebrate, we’ve compiled some basic information on understanding your credit rating, along with some tips on how to improve your score. Credit Score A credit score is a number between 300 and 850. It is comprised of various data, including your payment history, balances owed, types of credit […]

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Preparing Your Home for Winter

November 14, 2018

When the real cold sets in, we want to make sure you are prepared. Keep your home warm and safe this winter by following our to-do list. Indoor Seal your home Make your home as airtight as possible to keep the warm air inside where it belongs. Give your home a quick run-through, checking for […]

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