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Credit unions are cooperative, not-for-profit financial institutions organized to provide members with a place to save money and obtain a loan at a reasonable rate.


Many people ask the question, “What is the difference between a credit union and a bank?” Here are some of the key differences between the two:


Credit Unions   Banks
  • Not-for-profit cooperatives
  • Owned by members
  • Membership is based on a chapter, based on a common bond
  • Led by volunteer board. Operated by paid staff
  • Tax-exempt organization
  • Dividends paid directly back to members in form of higher rates on savings, lower rates on loans, or improved services
  • All federally-chartered credit unions and most state-chartered credit unions are insured by the NCUSIF
  • For-profit entities
  • Owned by stockholders
  • Board of Directors is paid based on the profits generated by the bank
  • Anyone can be a customer of a bank
  • Offer products and services at competitive rates and fees
  • All banks are insured by the FDIC