With no monthly service charges and money back on ATM fees, Alliant High-Rate Checking really pays.
Members who use the Alliant Car Buying Service get a 0.50% rate discount on their auto loan.
Earn up to 3.00% APY without market risks!57
We offer award-winning online kids savings and teen checking accounts (plus, great products for parents too!)
Alliant returns profits to our members through higher savings rates, lower loan rates, and fewer fees. And we make it easy to bank with 24/7 account access.
We will be performing system maintenance on Tuesday, April 23 from 10:00pm – 2:00am Wednesday, April 24 CT. During this time, Alliant Online Banking, Mobile Banking and Phone Banking will be unavailable. If you have general questions during this time, please call our Member Call Center at 800-328-1935.
Please be on the watch for a phony email being sent to consumers this holiday season. The email looks like it is from the U.S. Postal Service and claims that there was a problem with the delivery of a package to your home. The email is a scam, and could cause malware to be installed on your PC.
Learn tips on keeping your driveway and sidewalks free of ice this winter while protecting your lawn from being killed by de-icers in the process.
The color of your bedroom has a lot to do with the quality of your sleep, according to a recent study. Find out which colors are best for a night full of refreshing zzz’s.
U.S. home sale prices in October continue a 32-month trend in year-over-year increases, with October 2014 prices showing an increase of 6.1% nationwide compared to October 2013, according to the CoreLogic Home Price Index. All 50 states show a year-over-year home price increase, and foreclosure inventory is down 26.4% nationally during the same period.
Tens of millions of Americans travel by road, rail and air during the holiday season. If you're traveling, keep in mind that many other people are traveling too, so patience is a necessity. Learn some tips to survive your holiday travels without having a meltdown.
Not long ago there was just one way you could pay for a rental car – by credit card. Now, many car rental agencies let you book and pay for a car with a debit card. What are the pros and cons of using each kind of card? And which method of payment makes sense for you?