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Is a Credit Union Right for Me?

People all over the world belong to credit unions, including over 91 million members in the United States. Because credit unions are not-for-profit financial institutions, their focus is serving the financial needs of their members and not making a profit. On the whole, credit unions typically offer higher rates on savings, fewer fees, and lower rates on loans.

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As not-for-profit depository institutions, credit unions were created to serve members as credit cooperatives.

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What is a Credit Union?
A federal credit union is a cooperative financial institution chartered by the federal government and owned by individual members.

How is a Credit Union Different than a Bank?
In the United States, credit unions are not-for-profit organizations that exist to serve their members rather than to maximize corporate profits.

How to Find a Credit Union in Your Area
Once you select a specific credit union, you can view more details about that credit union, including contact information, branch locations, services offered, and recent financial statements.

How to Join a Credit Union
Anybody can join a credit union. Each credit union serves what’s called their “field of membership” – that’s the commonality between the members.

How to Start a Credit Union
If your group is eligible, NCUA’s staff will assist you with preparing an application for a charter and see that your group receives guidance in getting your federal credit union started.

Is a Credit Union Right for Me?
Because credit unions are not-for-profit financial institutions, their focus is serving the financial needs of their members and not making a profit.

Credit Union and Bank Interest Rate Comparison
In general, credit unions offer higher savings rates, meaning that your money grows faster, and lower rates on loans, meaning that you will owe less over the lifetime of the loan.

Learn More About Your Credit Union
NCUA makes financial information about credit unions available to the public through Financial Performance Reports (FPRs).

Low Income Credit Unions
Credit unions provide valuable access to financial services for people underserved and unserved by traditional financial institutions.

Understanding Differences in Federal vs. Privately Insured Credit Unions
Federally-chartered credit unions are regulated by the National Credit Union Administration and insured by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund, which is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government.

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