Most students graduate from college without a money management course. Once they enter the “real world,” it’s time for them to master their finances and get smart about handling financial challenges. Here are some pointers to help young grads on the road to economic well-being.
Alliant employees are very serious when it comes to raising money for charity – and playing volleyball. Read about our annual employee volleyball tournament and the charities we’ve supported with this event for the past nine years
More than 2.36 billion people use EMV chip-enabled credit cards. Learn why these cards are becoming the norm worldwide, how you may encounter trouble paying for purchases outside the U.S. without one – and how to request your own EMV smartcard from Alliant today.
Hoarder, Shopper, Big-shot Spender and Avoider. Learn which one best describes you, then how to implement a few simple strategies that can help you combat the weaknesses of your money personality to improve your finances.
The average Alliant member earns a financial benefit of $213 per year for doing business with Alliant Credit Union – compared to doing business with a bank, according to a national economic study prepared by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).