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.
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Get some background on the giant Collection #1 data breach that's all over the news. Learn how to tell if your info was breached and what to do to help protect your emails and other accounts from being compromised.
You’ve been warned to avoid phishing attacks since the moment you opened an email account, and for good reason. But how long has phishing actually been around? And how did it come to be?
Taking a trip this summer? Enjoy your travels and peace of mind, knowing that your home is safe and secure. Here are recommended precautions to protect your home while you’re away.
Have you ever had a credit card declined when you knew for a fact that you were not even close to your credit limit? If so, it was probably because something made your bank or credit union suspect that the transaction was a fraudulent one. Learn more about a couple of situations that can trigger a transaction decline and how you can avoid them.
When you use your debit card to pay for a purchase, it’s safer to sign for this transaction rather than use your PIN. Find out why.
In honor of World Consumer Rights Day, we're sharing some tips and resources that will help you to ensure that your rights as a consumer are protected when it comes to your financial transactions.
In Part 1 of a series for National Consumer Protection Week, learn a few simple steps you can take to protect yourself from the threat of identity theft.