Uneasiness, distress or mental apprehension, usually over an impending interaction with a bank; anticipated financial stress; concern over banking fees and rates.
$114 million. That’s how much Minnesotans save each year by using credit unions instead of banks. For individuals, this means an average savings of $54 a year! When a credit union makes money, it’s returned to members in the form of lower fees, better rates on loans, and more services.
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This word is the foundation that gets people thinking. The seeyoulaterbank.com site features information about the credit union difference, tools and information about money management, and articles about specific financial issues. Find your cure and put an end to your Bankziety™!
Stop Surfing. Start Saving.
By now, you’ve probably figured out how awesome it is to belong to a credit union. But did you know as a Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union member, you have access to one-stop shopping and great discounts all at one friendly and convenient place? Stop whatever you’re doing right now and check out lovemycreditunion.org.
But that’s not it! One visit to Invest in America’s website and you’ll soon discover fantastic savings on wireless service and phones with Sprint; computers and electronics from Dell; and pretty much everything else at Shop America. To take advantage of these member-only discounts, or to learn more, visit Invest in America online at lovemycreditunion.org and look for ‘Explore Exclusive Discounts.’ Trust us, you’ll be glad you did!
MMFCU Education Network
You’re never too old to continue learning! Part of our credit union mission is to provide resources to help improve your financial well-being. By offering information, seminars and other educational and networking opportunities we want to teach you how to best get the most out of your credit union membership. You deserve the best, don’t you?