Financial Center First CU providing assistance to government and military employees during government shutdown
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (January 3, 2019) — Financial Center First Credit Union is offering financial counseling and assistance to its members and other government employees whose payroll may be affected by the current government shutdown.
“If your pay is disrupted by this shutdown, we want to help ensure that your life isn’t,” says Financial Center’s Chief Operations Officer, Sven Leander. “Whether you are a current Financial Center member or not, we have solutions to help you.”
Financial Center members with government direct deposit have several options including potential eligibility for a 0% interest loan for 60 days. Non-members with government direct deposit, who are within Financial Center’s field of membership (greater-Indianapolis), are eligible for a furlough loan.
Financial Center has been nationally recognized for its adult financial literacy program and always recommends a credit review with one of its Certified Credit Union Financial Counselors prior to making any decisions about taking on debt.
For more information on Financial Center’s furlough program, visit https://shutdown.fcfcu.com or call 317.916.7700.
About Financial Center First Credit Union
Financial Center First Credit Union is an $847 million credit union whose
mission is to improve the financial lives of its members who live or work in Indianapolis, Kokomo, Muncie, and their surrounding counties. Over 80,000 members at Financial Center and its Muncie-based division, Ball State Financial, take advantage of competitive rates and lower fees by banking with the Central Indiana-based credit union. Financial Center is proud to empower the community by supporting military veterans, feeding the hungry, and bringing award-winning financial education to all. Learn more at fcfcu.com