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Empowering Members At An Early Age

Empowering Members at an Early Age

This April, credit unions across the world will be celebrating Financial Literacy Month and Credit Union Youth Month. At MTC Federal Credit Union, our priority is to make sure that all of our members and their families are educated for a financially secure future.

Teaching smart money habits can be a challenge, but you don’t have to do it alone. At MTC Federal, we are here to help.

With your lifetime membership, your children and family members are eligible to start their financial journey with MTC Federal Credit Union. From childhood to young adulthood, our accounts are specifically designed to guide the basics of saving at a young age and encourage good money management skills.

Youth Savings: Get your child excited about saving money! The Kirby Kangaroo Club® is specially designed for children 12 and under. The Claim Your Youth Club® is designed for members 13-17.

Free Checking: No minimum balance required. Includes a debit card with bonus reward points for every $4 spent. Access to 30,000 ATMs.

Help your child establish the credit they deserve with MTC Federal’s loan services (For Ages 18 years and up):

Reliable Transportation: MTC Federal’s guaranteed better auto loan makes it easy for your child to afford their first car, with payments that leave enough room in their budget to enjoy owning it.

Credit Card: Helps your child build credit with a low rate and earn bonus reward points for every dollar spent to redeem for cash back, merchandise, gift cards, travel and event tickets.

Protection Tips: Financial education resources with tips to protect their financial information.

Let us help you start the conversation. Throughout the month of April, join MTC Federal on Facebook and Twitter for financial tips to teach money-smart habits. #CUYouthMonth #FinancialLiteracyMonth

Sincerely,

 

William (Bill) H. Love, Jr., CEO

MTC Federal Credit Union

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Financial Information

(As of February 28, 2018)

Assets:  $182,028,244

Shares: $150,048,302

Loans: $116,469,413

Members: 17,486

 

Board of Directors

Michael Tolman, Chair

Patricia Brandes, Vice-Chair

Michael Hanna, Treasurer

Paige Reed, Secretary

Tracy Crews, Board Member

Delcia Corbitt, Board Member

Randy Welch, Board Member

Bill Love, CEO

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