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  • Spring into Cleaning

    posted March 11, 2021 in Blogs

    Spring is right around the corner! Soon we'll have days of wide-open windows and fresh air pushing the stale winter air right out. With most of 2020 and now 2021 being bogged down by the pandemic, many of us spent far more time in our homes than we ever could have imagined; which means more messes, fingerprints and laundry to take care of. We're here to help you make your home sparkle and shine again!

  • GICU Announces 2021-2022 Board of Directors

    posted February 24, 2021 in Press Releases

    Greater Iowa Credit Union announced its 2021-2022 Board of Directors on February 22, 2021 at its 89th Annual Meeting via a livestreamed virtual meeting.

  • Make Kindness the Norm, Not the Exception

    posted February 11, 2021 in Blogs

    Never underestimate the impact you have on those around you. What may seem like a no-brainer or split second decision on your part, can have a lasting effect on others and start a kindness ripple effect. Let's start being intentional and make kindness the norm, not the exception.

  • Member Newsletter - Winter 2021

    posted January 30, 2021 in Member Newsletters

    Check out the latest GICU news here!

  • Completing Your Tax Return

    posted January 29, 2021 in Blogs

    Believe it or not, we are now in, for some the dreaded, Tax Season! Many of you are likely seeing more and more tax documents trickle into your mailbox. Completing your tax return is a matter of following the line-by-line instructions that come with your tax form. But before you begin to deal with a tax form, it's smart to understand the ins and outs of your yearly income.

  • Is the Money in My Account Safe?

    posted December 30, 2020 in Blogs

    Keeping money safe is important to everyone. With many upcoming changes in our society, some may be leery about the safety of their finances, however, thanks to the FDIC and NCUA, financial institutions are one of the safest places to store your hard earned money. The best part? All you have to do is open an account to keep your funds safe.