Entries by Karen Houser

Protect Your Privacy! Stop the IRS from Looking at Your Account

Take Action: Tell Congress to oppose new IRS reporting provisions Credit unions are closely monitoring an onerous tax provision being considered in a proposed $3.5 trillion “Build Back Better Act” reconciliation package. One measure for this legislation that has been discussed is a proposal by the Treasury Department to require financial institutions to report additional account holder information […]

Natco Recognized As First Place State Level Recipient

Indiana Credit Union League announced that Natco Credit Union was selected as the first-place winner of the Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award for Indiana in the asset size of $50 million to $250 million. Dora Maxwell was a credit union pioneer who worked with numerous organizations to improve the living standards of the […]

Book an Appointment with a Natco Expert

We are making it easier to meet with a Natco expert for certain appointment types.  You decide how and when we meet. Available methods include by virtual meeting, by phone or in person. Currently, you can book and appointment to: Open a New Account Apply for an Auto Loan Apply for a Credit Card Apply […]

Bauer Rating for the 2nd Quarter of 2021

We are excited to receive a 5-star rating for the 2nd quarter of 2021 from BauerFinancial! Each quarter BauerFinancial rates banks and credit unions across the country. BauerFinancial is an independent organization. Bauer performs its own, independent analysis on the data supplied and supplements that with historical and other data to assign comprehensive star ratings. […]

Tell Congress to Oppose New IRS Reporting Provisions

You’ve likely heard about legislation that would require credit unions and other financial institutions to report to the IRS how much money has gone into and out of accounts with a balance of more than $600. Theoretically, they think that having this information could help the IRS collect an extra $463 billion in taxes over […]

Earth Day is April 22nd

You’ve heard it time and again: ‘Go paperless!’ With Earth Day approaching on April 22, doing your part to help make our planet a better place can be as simple as enrolling in e-statements. From reducing the number of trees harvested for paper and saving energy on printing, to cutting costs associated with shipping and […]