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With the holidays around the corner, it’s important to plan ahead for seasonal expenses. Here are a few ways that
Capitol View has consolidated our home banking and mobile app into a unified digital banking system, giving members access to
We are happy to welcome our newest Member Service Representative, Vannessa Tootill! Vannessa started in September and is working in
If you are interested in taking a bigger role in setting the direction of your credit union, please contact the
Every member who opens or refinances a new loan with Capitol View will be entered for a chance to win
Borrowing against the equity in your home is a great way to tap into a source of funding when you
Consider what refinancing your vehicle could do for you. Possibilities include: View Current Rates Talk to one of our amazing
With mortgage rates so low over the last few years, there has been a lot of discussion about the advantages
Later this quarter, we will be releasing a brand new digital banking platform for desktops, tablets, and smartphones. This new
Capitol View is excited to welcome three new staff members: Madeline, Linda, and Diane! Madeline will be joining us for
UPDATE: The recent debit card network outage has been resolved. Thank you for your patience and understanding while we worked
Beginning Monday, June 7 our office will adopt the following temporary hours of operation: Drive-Through Window & Phones: 9am - 4pm, Monday
This year’s Annual Meeting and board member elections will held the evening of September 8, 2021 at Jester Park Lodge.
May 12 from 11am-1pm at our branch. Spring is here, and it is the perfect time to clear out those
Has your child worked hard and excelled in school this year? Capitol View wants to reward their efforts and help
The second wave of stimulus checks only started hitting checking accounts a few weeks ago, and the BBB  and the FTC
All of us at Capitol View Credit Union are looking forward to a new year and the possibilities it brings.
Capitol View is excited to announce that we will be upgrading our online and mobile banking systems later this year.
Capitol View is proud to serve exclusively state employees and their families. That exclusivity gives us many advantages over large
The way we celebrated the holidays this winter was very different from normal. However one thing that remained true for
If you currently have an auto loan through another lender here are five great reasons to consider moving it to
After eight months of negotiations, the Senate has passed a new coronavirus stimulus plan. The $900 billion economic relief package
This year, there are two scholarship opportunities for high school seniors focused on financial responsibility. Explore the Warren A. Morrow
You’ve likely caught the term “recession” thrown around on the news in the last several months. But, do you know
A home equity loan or line of credit, can be ideal ways to source extra funds during a falling-rates environment.
This year has been unlike any other. However, there are ways that you can show your support for our community
Capitol View was deeply saddened to share that loan officer Doug Allen died unexpectedly in September following a brief battle
Due to ongoing power outages, our office will be closed today, August 13, 2020. However, staff will be answering phone
This year's annual meeting will be held virtually via Zoom on August 19 at 2pm. If you would like to
Due to the recent coin shortage associated with the current pandemic, Capitol View will be limiting the amount of coin
Debt is the ultimate killjoy. It can destroy a budget, make long-term financial planning impossible, and shadow every purchase you
There have been several recent changes made to the structure of IRAs with the passing of the Setting Every Community
Medical bills can easily wipe out a person’s savings with just one major life event. If you ever find yourself
Iowans are known for our hard work, trustworthiness, and trust in others. Unfortunately, that trust of others can lead us
Dear Members, The Iowa State Patrol has notified Capitol View Credit Union that a demonstration is being planned for this
Your trusted debit card maintenance app, "Shazam Bolt", is now "Brella". This new app will offer cardholders to monitor transaction
The security of your personal information is a primary goal of Capitol View. That is why we will never ask
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges to us all. All of us at Capitol View want you to know
As the situation surrounding the coronavirus continues to develop, your health and financial security continues to be our priority. Beware
Has your child worked hard and excelled in school this year? Capitol View wants to reward their efforts and help
Capitol View recently made changes to our inactive account fee. These changes are meant to better reflect accounts that are
We have updated our funds availability policy effective July 1, 2020. From that point forward, the funds availability of check
NOTE: This year's shred event will be contactless due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. Shred bins will be placed
If you are currently using a bank as your primary financial institution, clean up your finances and upgrade them to
The recent COVID-19 outbreak has generated a great amount of uncertainty in our community and country. Given the growing impact
9:15am, March 25, 2020 UPDATE - All online and mobile services should now be fully restored. If you attempted to
Lobby Closing Until Further Notice Drive-Through Will Remain Open M-F 8am-5pm   Based on the progression of the COVID-19 virus
Capitol View is closely monitoring developments related to Coronavirus and is taking proactive measures to ensure the ongoing health and
With mortgage rates falling and financial experts predicting an unstable future for the economy, lots of homeowners are rushing to
It is expected that 2020 will be another beneficial year to buy or refinance a home. Mortgage rates are still
People have been hypothesizing about the probabilities of another recession occurring in the coming months and years. Like the weather,
The Iowa Credit Union League's Warren A. Morrow Memorial Scholarship is for high school and post high school students who
Tax Code Changes 2019
The tax code goes through an annual shakeup, and the changes can sometimes be confusing. Though most of this year’s