Set your finances in motion.
You have many possibilities when it comes to finding a place to safely store your hard-earned money. And lucky for you, better financial options are out there.
There are no right or wrong answers when it comes to choosing a financial institution that fits your needs. Some of these decisions are made for you based on your location, the services available, and your personal needs. But it’s important to make sure your financial institution can help you hit your money goals.
Set your finances in motion today and explore your personal banking options.
When choosing a bank or credit union, you should consider a number of factors.Learn More
Opening a bank account is easy to do, and we’ll show you how step-by-step.Learn More
By design, credit unions are different than banks. We break it down for you.Learn More
Learn how to properly fill out your employee direct deposit enrollment form to set up direct deposit for your paycheck, including what to expect from a direct deposit prenote.Learn More
Using automatic withdrawal to pay bills can be a simple way to keep your finances on track. Learn the benefits — and potential drawbacks.Learn More
Have bad credit? Learn what is a good credit score, why it matters, and how to repair your credit score with help from your local credit union.Learn more
If your identity has been stolen, your credit union can help you stop the damage, protect your information, and safeguard against future compromises.Learn More
Learn the pros and cons of ways to pay for a wedding, factors that influence cost, and questions to ask everyone who intends to help fund the big day.Learn More
Learn how income, property, and other types of taxes in the USA differ — and how to get discounted tax services through your local credit union.Learn More
What are peer-to-peer payments? This digital banking technology can change the way we use money. Here’s what P2P payments are and how they work.Learn More
Explore the benefits of credit counseling and debt relief services, including how credit union credit counseling can help you better manage debt.Learn More
Why should you consider a credit union?
Credit unions are focused on you, not shareholders.
- Credit unions have an interest in making their communities stronger and are focused on helping their members meet their financial potential.
- At a credit union, you can get more personalized service than you might receive at a bank.
Because credit unions are not-for-profit and serve their members, profits are shared with members through:
- Higher yields on savings accounts
- Fewer and lower fees
- Lower loan interest rates
- Individualized lending flexibility