TwinStar News

  • Tree dedication plaque

    LACEY, WASHINGTON —On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 5:00–5:30 pm, TwinStar Credit Union will commemorate 80 years of service to its members and community.

  • Shared Branch Services to End
    service notices

    Effective July 7, 2018, TwinStar Credit Union will no longer participate in the Shared Branch Network. TwinStar will continue to maintain membership in the surcharge free ATM Network which allows surcharge free withdrawals and deposits (where accepted) at thousands of locations nationwide.

  • Introducing LendKey

    For college graduates currently faced with high interest student loan debt, TwinStar Credit Union offers a consolidation and refinancing solution.

  • Cheri Kennedy Child Daycare Scholarship Award

    The Cheri Kennedy Child Daycare Scholarship is an annual scholarship that pays for child daycare expenses for an eligible member who is a single, working parent enrolled in a college, university or vocational school.

  • Save to Win is back

    Sign Up Today to Be Eligible to Win $1,000

  • New Centralia in-store branch

    New branch to serve NW section of town from the Centralia Safeway

    Olympia – TwinStar Credit Union opened a new branch inside the Safeway store at 1129 Harrison Ave, Centralia on March

  • Mother and daughter shopping

    When you pay with your TwinStar Visa® debit card at a check-out counter, you often have a choice between running your card as “debit” or “credit.” What’s the difference?

  • Smiling man happy about fewer fees

    TwinStar Credit Union undertook a comprehensive review of all fees, the first since 2009. A new fee schedule was listed as of January 1, 2018.

  • TurboTax Promo

    As a TwinStar Credit Union member, you can save up to $15 on TurboTax® — the #1 best-selling tax software. With TurboTax, you’ll get your taxes done right and your biggest possible refund.

  • Smiling man outside wearing sunglasses

    Your credit score may seem like a personal judgment on your character, but the factors that go into it are actually determined by research and analysis of data about how people use credit. Here are the major factors that go into your score:

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