The Credit Union Difference
Credit unions are member-owned, not-for-profit and cooperative financial institutions. That means you actually own your money and have a say in what happens with it. A volunteer board of directors, elected by the members, oversees the credit union’s strategy guided by its members’ needs.
Credit unions exist to help people get the most from their money and it all starts with helping them learn how to make wise financial decisions. Every day, more than 500 people- right here in Michigan- step into a credit union and join.
When you do, you will find virtually everything you need to help you and your money grow stronger – with lower rates, fewer fees, member discounts, and more. Last year, Michigan credit union members saved over a quarter billion dollars- just by belonging.