What is the Difference Between a Credit Union and Bank?
Banks are for-profit, which means banks are either privately owned or publicly traded. Credit unions are not-for-profit institutions and are owned by the members of the credit union.Keep Reading
Direct Deposit Into a Savings Account vs. Checking
Direct deposit is by far the most painless way to get your paychecks or benefits checks straight into your bank account.Keep Reading
Glossary of Financial Terms
This A-to-Z glossary is a great start to understanding financial terminology.Keep Reading
How to Open a Checking Account
You’ve done the research, made your selection and now it’s time to open your new checking account. Here’s everything you need to know.Keep Reading
Why Should I Choose a Credit Union?
You’re putting your money—and your trust—in an organization that offers personalized service, competitive loan rates and a community focus.Keep Reading
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APR = Annual Percentage Rate