Worth ‘Moving’! Save An Average of $2,000 In Closing Costs by financing or refinancing your mortgage at Town & Country
With the housing market still sizzling and rates on the rise, are there still affordable options for financing or refinancing your mortgage?
The answer is a resounding, “YES!”
Earn up to $300 for ‘Local Referring Local’
Sharing the benefits of Town & Country will not only make you popular among family members, friends, co-workers, neighbors, etc., it could earn you up to $300 in gift cards to local businesses.
69th Annual Meeting Recap
On Wednesday, April 27, Town & Country held its 69th Annual Meeting. Staff and members gathered virtually over Zoom to receive a brief overview of the past year.
The path to financial wellness is a personal journey
As part of Town & Country’s leadership role in financial wellness, David Libby, President and CEO, wrote a column featured in the Portland Press Herald, as part of April’s designation as Financial Wellness and Youth Financial Literacy Month.
Win a $100 Springer’s Gift Card
At Town & Country, our word is worth a lot. In addition to our commitment and dedication to providing financial services and solutions to our member- owners, our word of the month could also earn you a prize.
Get Smarter About Your Money with ‘Virtual’ Workshops
Looking to make the next smart money moves to help build your financial future? Town & Country offers financial learning opportunities to help you navigate these uncertain economic times. For our next Financial Wellness Workshop, we have partnered with Kate Kaden, who is featured in our Financial Wellness videos on Frugal Living on our social media every Friday.
‘Local Helping Local’ reaches milestone
When the pandemic became official in March 2020 and shutdowns hit local businesses extremely hard, Town & Country Federal Credit Union was one of the first organizations to begin an effort to support local restaurants and businesses.
Seven Tips to Adjust Your Budget for Inflation
Today, inflation is the highest it has been in over four decades at nearly 8.5% (2% is a healthy inflation rate) and Mainers budgets are feeling the strain. With prices on the rise for food, gas, housing and many other products and services