As we say farewell to summer and embrace a new season, it’s no secret that our fall traditions look a bit different this year. Despite the changes and new routine, know that your not-for-profit financial cooperative - USC Credit Union - remains committed to your financial wellness.
As we say farewell to summer and embrace a new season, it’s no secret that our fall traditions look a bit different this year. Whether you’re showing your Trojan pride through a zoom room or on campus, we know that you are Fighting On to make this the best fall semester yet. As the official credit union for Trojans – we are too!
Millions of Americans have started to receive their stimulus checks from the government. You may be wondering how much money you will receive, when and how you will receive it and/or what to spend it on. Here is a run-down of everything you need to know about the new government stimulus package. For more information visit the IRS official website.
Identity thieves have only become more creative in finding new ways to hijack personal information and exploit their victims. It seems like every day we learn of yet another new identity theft or fraud scam. Especially in times like these, with pandemics such as COVID-19, identity theft becomes even more common.
No one can prepare for an unexpected illness or injury that prevents us from being able to leave the house and accomplish our daily tasks, which can commonly include visiting your local credit union to take care of your finances. In the event of sickness or injury keeping you at home, it’s important to be prepared at manage your finances from anywhere. Here are our tips to make sure you’re prepared to bank, wherever you are.