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CDC Federal Credit Union’s Clifton branch is being transformed

Posted in Beyond Finances on March 3, 2020

Update: (Feb. 28, 2020) We continue to wait for cable to be installed for the technology and there is no reopening date to announce yet. For a sneak peek and details about the branch when it reopens, check out Ready for a better branch?.

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Ready for a better branch?

Posted in Beyond Finances on February 3, 2020

After just a few weeks of construction, CDC Federal Credit Union’s Clifton branch located on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention campus will soon reopen for business and the staff at the credit union is excited for its members and visitors to see the new look.

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Sometimes money is tight. But what if you had $10,000?

Posted in Borrowing Money on December 27, 2019

$10,000 is a nice sum of money giving one significant buying power. Perhaps you would take that trip you’ve always wanted to take. Or maybe there is a big home improvement project you’ve wanted to tackle. Or some medical procedures you’ve put off. Or maybe you need an emergency fund. No matter what you have a longing for or a need for, many would agree that the thought of $10,000 in your bank account is definitely appealing.

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CDC Federal Credit Union welcomes Tim Gardner as CFO Walter Hobby retires as CDC FCU 's CFO

Posted in Beyond Finances on September 3, 2019

Last month was bittersweet for everyone at CDC Federal Credit Union. The bitter – we said goodbye to our CFO, Walter Hobby. The sweet – we welcomed our new CFO, Tim Gardner.

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Breast Cancer survivor gets special support as he helps others fight the disease

Posted in Beyond Finances on October 19, 2017

You often hear that most everyone has been touched by cancer in some way – through a friend, a relative, or perhaps your own cancer journey. For the associates at CDC Federal Credit Union, it’s one of their own, Eric Dunlap, vice president of real estate lending.

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