We all deal with money every day and some are better at it than others. The difference is in their money management skills. Unfortunately, we’re not born with these skills; we need to learn them. Learning to manage money is no different than learning to swim. You want to start with the basics. Practice and then apply what you’ve learned - always being careful not to get in too deep.

At CDC Federal Credit Union, we understand each member has different money management skills with unique needs. That’s why we offer a wide variety of products and services to meet those needs in your current stage of life. If you’re just starting out, you may need a savings and checking account. Or, you may be on your way to retirement and want your money to grow to its full potential. Either way, we’re here to help.

We offer the same products and services as a bank does, but with lower interest on loans, higher interest on deposits and of course lower and fewer fees. As a not-for-profit, our focus is your financial health – not Wall Street. And unlike banks, credit unions are owned and governed by members so it’s your money and your financial institution. As a member you are not just our customer but our business partner.

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