Hug your Credit Union

It’s not often that your service provider can boast of relationships like this with their clients: Last week, a member of SourceONE Credit Union called and informed the office staff that his mother had passed away, unexpectedly.  This gentleman, while not a regular visitor, had been to the office in …

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MTO does great job for our community!

Have you heard of the Metropolitan Tenants Organization in Chicago? At SourcreONE Credit Union, we have.  They’re an organization of great people working together to educate, organize and empower tenants to have a voice in the decisions that affect the affordability and availability of decent and safe housing. You can …

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Why it’s hard to leave your Big Bank…

Why it’s hard to leave your Big Bank… John Maxfield recently writes in The Motley Fool that customers who were ripped off by Wells Fargo, will find it hard to leave. Why? Because they have so many accounts/products with their big bank, it’s extremely difficult to make all those changes. …

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Why Big Banks Hate Millennials

Why Big Banks Hate Millennials Big banks have opinions about your generation.  They think they know you well.  Here’s five true facts about millennials and banks. Millennials DO like to save MONEY.  However, they save it for different reasons.  You guys like experiences, and travel.  Banks want you to buy …

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Is Free Checking near me on #TheFinalCountdown?

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Is Free Checking near me on #TheFinalCountdown? Free checking accounts seem like they are becoming a thing of the past.  Back in 2009, 78% of banks offered free checking accounts (MOEBS) and now that number has dropped to only 46%.  Yet, 73.6% of credit unions still offer free checking. Checking …

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Our new Charter Boundaries!

 Source One Credit Union just expanded their charter!  A charter is a  group of people that a credit union feels can be served   Charters can be based on schools, workplaces and even geographic community boundaries.  Like inviting a bunch of different friends over for dinner. Fortunately, Source One Credit Union …

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