Thursday, 17 of August of 2017

About

From the Board

With continued mega-mergers of banks and the internet, the competition for financial services increases dramatically each year.  Our challenge, as always, is to continue to offer  you the availability and cost-saving benefits of services at your credit union as opposed to other financial institutions.  You have many choices when it comes to financial services, but our goal is to make sure you think of us first.  We are totally committed to our members.  We encourage you to use the low or no-cost services provided to you.

Our knowledgeable, friendly staff is always available to help you.

Our knowledgeable, friendly staff is always available to help you.

Our pledge to you is to provide the very best financial services, using sound business practices in the most professional and friendly manner possible.

Member Privacy

Your privacy is important to NETTFCU.  We do not give out any non-public personal information to anyone except as permitted or required by law and to third parties as needed to conduct business on your behalf.  Privacy disclosures are mailed annually and may be obtained at any office.

Teaching our Children

Financial literacy is one of the most important teachings a child can receive and should begin receiving it at a very early age.  Shaping a young child’s spending and savings habits are crucial for financial independence in adulthood.  Children can begin learning how to handle money as soon as they start earning an allowance from mom and dad.  A good place to begin is to open a savings account in your child’s name at the credit union.  Establish savings goals and reward your child when goals are met.

Sometimes life’s little mishaps can cause financial disaster, especially if you are not financially prepared for it.  How do you surface again financially after having filed bankruptcy or from negative reporting of your current financial accounts?  Unfortunately, there is  a price to pay for having bad credit.

Set a good example for your child by teaching them how to be a responsible adult with their finances.  It will better prepare them for life’s mishaps.