Could your money be better off in a credit union?
Credit unions are a perfect example of people joining forces to help each other.
They are owned by their members, with ethical principles at their core – something that often appeals to many.
Members just have to share a common bond: it could be that they live or work in a certain area or are members of a club, organisation or church. For example, there’s a credit union for NHS workers, and another for people working in law enforcement.
Some credit unions can have a few hundred members, others might have thousands, and their offer of surprisingly competitive rates on loans and savings means they can be a really attractive option for people looking to make the most of their money.
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