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TurboTax Discount for CCU Members

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Want to simplify the tax filing process? TurboTax is the answer. TurboTax is normally a bargain when it comes to speeding up and simplifying the process of completing your required annual income tax reports. But beginning December 18, TurboTax will be available at additional savings for Columbia Credit Union members who use Online and Mobile…

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Required IRA Withdrawal

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If you own a traditional IRA and turn 70 ½ or older this year, you are required by the IRS to take a Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) by Dec. 31, 2018. If this is your first distribution, the IRS allows you the one-time option of delaying your 2018 RMD until April 1, 2019. Even if…

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On-the-Go Electronic Banking Services

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Enjoy 24/7 digital access to your accounts. As a Columbia CU member, you have lots of perks! In additional to enjoying personalized service at any of our branches or by phone, you can also securely bank where and when you want, 24/7, with your computer, smartphone and mobile devices. Our Personal Online Banking is very…

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Earn hundreds in cash

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Sprint rewards for Columbia CU members! It’s summer lovin’ for Columbia Credit Union members. When you switch to Sprint®, you can get a $100 cash reward for each new line you activate, up to three lines. That’s Sprint’s best plan with unlimited talk, text, data, and HD-streaming including Hulu! This summer you can get: $100…

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How do I check my Federal tax refund status?

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It’s tax time! If you’ve successfully filed your Federal tax return and want to check your refund status, you can do this online or by phone. Either way, you’ll want to have your tax return in front of you with the following information handy: Social Security or Taxpayer ID Number Your filing status The exact…

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Plan ahead for electronic tax filing

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With a little planning, your electronic tax filing can go a lot smoother. If you’re getting ready to prepare your taxes, or are setting up an ACH electronic funds transfer, you’ll need your full and accurate Columbia Credit Union account number. You’ll also need to know what type of account it is: Checking or Savings….

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Give Yourself a Gift: The Holiday Helper Personal Loan

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Is Santa a little short on cash this year? Need some money to travel home for the holiday? Don’t worry. Columbia Credit Union’s Holiday Helper Personal Loan is here! With all the gift-giving and family gatherings coming up this holiday season, household budgets can get a little out of whack. That’s why we offer this…

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Required IRA Withdrawal

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If you own a traditional IRA and turn 70 ½ or older this year, you are required by the IRS to take a Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) by Dec. 31, 2017. If this is your first distribution, the IRS allows you the one-time option of delaying your 2017 RMD until April 1, 2018. Even if…

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Heading off to college? Take Columbia CU with you!

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If you’re heading off to college this fall, you’ll want to take Columbia Credit Union with you. With our convenient (and free) personal online and mobile banking services, it’s easy! You can access your accounts 24/7 and quickly take care of your personal banking business wherever you are. Columbia Credit Union offers lots of great…

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Five tips for keeping your computer safe  

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In the news, you’ve certainly heard about recent phishing scams and malware attacks by savvy criminals who invade computer systems in order to steal personal data. It’s important to stay informed about computer security and take steps to protect yourself. Here are five tips to help you keep your computer safe. Install trusted antivirus software…