From planning, to saving and growing, USSFCU provides the financial resources and guidance to help you approach each of life’s stages with the knowledge and confidence to achieve success.
Your credit matters because it affects your ability to get a loan, a job, housing, insurance, and more. It’s important to understand what your credit is and how to protect it.
While some consumers can pay cash for their new vehicle, most consumers use financing. Understanding the loan process and knowing your choices will help you save money. These resources can help make your next auto buying experience a successful one.
Done right, financial planning is a process that helps you figure out where you are financially today, where you want to be in the future, and then helps you determine a suitable way to get there. USSFCU's Financial Planning Center offers helpful information and resources related to all aspects of financial planning.
College planning can be a stressful and confusing process, and with the escalating costs of tuition, higher education can seem increasingly out of reach. We want to help simplify the process by providing appropriate guidance and information for each step of the way.
Find informational articles about important personal finance topics such as budgeting, investing, homeownership, retirement planning and more.
As part of our on-going commitment to protecting our valued senior account holders, we’ve dedicated a portion of our website to sharing up-to-date information and tips to help prevent common frauds, scams and other types of elder financial exploitation.
Identity theft happens when someone uses your Social Security number or other personal information to open new accounts, make purchases, or get a tax refund. All consumers are vulnerable to becoming victims of fraud and identity theft. It is crucial to make the effort to protect yourself.
Specifically designed for USSFCU members, these short, interactive learning experiences will help prepare you with the skills to manage your finances and plan for the future.
The sooner you proactively educate children about how to manage their money, the more likely they’ll become financially savvy adults.