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Financial Literacy Resources

Home Page | MyCreditUnion.gov : Short guides and classes on savings, insurance, retirement, preventing fraud, buying a car, planning for unexpected costs, etc. 

FDIC's How Money Smart Are You? - Games : Learn about everyday financial topics. 

Money Magic (playmoneymagic.com) : Designed to teach basic budgeting principles to high school students. 

Hit the Road | MyCreditUnion.gov : An interactive game teaching young people about the importance of saving and spending wisely.

World of Cents | MyCreditUnion.gov : A fun and engaging, kid-friendly game for ages 5 and up designed to help teach the value of money through the concepts of earning, saving, and spending money, while incorporating basic math concepts. 

College Scorecard | College Scorecard (ed.gov) : The U.S. Department of Education's College Affordability and Transparency Center make it easier to search for a college that is a good fit. 

Setting Out on Your Own | Consumer Advice (ftc.gov)

Insurance Estimator | MyCreditUnion.gov

Money Mule Schemes

A money mule is “a person who transfers illegally acquired money on behalf of or at the direction of another.” Money mule schemes, including those related to the COVID-19 pandemic, spam the spectrum of using unaware or unknowing people. A money mule is a person who is “unaware that he or she is part of a larger criminal scheme.” This person is motivated be his/her trust in the actual romance, job position or proposition. A witting money mule is an individual who “chooses to ignore obvious red flags or acts willfully blind to his/her money movement activity.” Th is type of money mule is motivated by financial gain or an unwillingness to acknowledge his/her role. A complicit money mule is an individual who is “aware of his/her role as a money mule and is complicit in the larger criminal scheme.” This person is motivated by financial gain or loyalty to a criminal group. If you would like any other information of this topic, please contact us. 

Free E-Statements

We are happy to offer you the availability of e-statements. Your statement copies will be retained for you to view in online banking for 12 months for your convenience.

Become Part of the FCCU Family

We would love for you to become a member of Family Community Credit Union! You are eligible for membership if you live or work for a business located in Floyd, Butler, Mitchell, Chickasaw, Howard or Worth County. Family members are also eligible for membership. Family members are defined as: Spouse, sons, daughters, dependent children, foster children, adopted children, stepchildren, parents, brothers, sisters, parents-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, grandchildren and step grandchildren of the primary member. These persons can join through the family affiliation no matter where they live or work. Becoming a member is as simple as opening a share savings account with a minimum deposit of $5.00. Experience the Credit Union difference!

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