Kent L. Lugrand, President/CEO
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Recognizing Life’s Inflection Points
In math, an inflection point is usually defined as a point on a curve where the direction and sign of the curvature change; however, this change or point can only be truly recognized when viewed against its historical path.
The season of giving is upon us, but there are some things you don’t want to give out.
Sharing passwords or sensitive financial information, for instance, can get you into trouble if thieves get a hold of them. About 12.7 million people were victims of identity theft in 2014, according to a report by Javelin Strategy & Research. Here are several things you can do to protect yourself against theft online.
As Halloween gets closer and you want to avoid the chilly darkness of October evenings, grab a blanket and stream a marathon of scary movies. Horror flicks are classic fun, whether they’re good enough to keep you up all night when you’re home alone or bad enough to laugh at while with a group of friends because we all know what’s going to happen next. The classics follow a simple formula, but it works.
For a number of years now, major nations throughout the world have adopted Europay, MasterCard and Visa, or EMV, chip protection regulations for their credit and debit cards. Now, the United States is set to implement these advances for consumers, businesses and financial institutions beginning Thursday, October 1. If you are unsure of what this means for you and your account, InTouch Credit Union has the information to make you feel A-OK when it comes to EMV.
InTouch Credit Union is built on the idea of people helping people. You already know we can do a better job looking after your money than a mega-chain bank that answers to shareholders, because we know you and our community. So why give that up when you find a bargain online? Shopping locally is better for the community and the best way to find something unique that can make all of your friends say “wow.”