Invested In Each Other.

Credit unions exist for the community.

Don't Bank On It

Think credit unions and banks are the same? Think again.

True To Their Roots

Credit unions originally formed with the purpose of giving consumers a consumer-friendly place to borrow and save. They continue to operate with that ideal in mind. When you go to a credit union, you know you’ll be treated like a friend.

Credit Union
satisfaction score:

85

Bank
satisfaction score:

78

According to ACSI >>

Consider Our Rates

The Friends-and-Family Discount

When every member has a stake in the company, you’re part of a tight-knit group that makes sure nobody pays too much. Credit unions save you money—money you can put toward food, your children’s education, or other life-improving goods and services.

In 2013, Utahns saved

$46,309,493

on used car loans, and

$26,352,247

on credit card loans by being credit union members.

Safe and Sound

Credit unions are safe, trustworthy places to keep your money.

Your money on deposit at the credit union is federally insured for up to $250,000. Plus, because credit unions have your best interest in mind, they keep lending even when other lenders hold back.

During the financial crisis,

Credit Union
loans grew by over

13%

Banks
loans grew by over

3%

Be part of something bigger

For more than 80 years credit unions have been about people helping people. If you’re not a member of a credit union, chances are you can join one and start enjoying the benefits. If you are, you can help ensure that credit unions will stick around for another 80 years.