Why You Should Finance Your Next Car Loan At PFCU

When shopping for a new set of wheels, your first stop should be right here, at Partnership Financial Credit Union. Though many people start their process on the dealer’s lot, you may enjoy a lower rate, a simpler loan application and other benefits by choosing to finance your car with PFCU.

This is why people are increasingly choosing to finance their cars directly through credit unions. In fact, auto loans comprise more than a third of all the active loans across the 5,600 credit unions in the U.S.

Let’s take a look at the differences in the auto loan process at a car dealership versus Partnership Financial Credit Union.

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International Credit Union Day

Are you as excited as we are to celebrate International Credit Union Day?

ICU Day – celebrated on the third Thursday of every October since 1948 – will fall on October 17, this year. The day has been designated as an occasion for credit unions all over the world to recognize the history behind the credit union movement, its spirit and its philosophy. It’s a day to share your experiences as a member and to reflect upon all the benefits you enjoy by being a part of your credit union.

It’s also a day to have fun! Stop in at one of our branches and have some snacks and pick up a little swag!

You already know how wonderful it is to be part of a credit union, but in the spirit of ICU Day, let’s take a quick look at four factors that make a credit union outstanding.  Learn More

Homeowner Exemption

Did you know you could be missing out on thousands of dollars?

Homeowners may reduce their tax bills by hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year by making sure they are taking advantage of the Homestead Exemption.

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4 Super-Scary Scams To Watch For This Halloween

Don’t let a Halloween scam spook you! Stay a step ahead of those crooks by looking out for these four scams this season:

  • The Shipping Scam
  • The Fraudulent Offer
  • The Fake Ticket Scam
  • The Bogus Purchase Scam

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What is the difference between a fixed APR and a variable APR?

The difference between a fixed APR and a variable APR, is that a fixed APR does not fluctuate with changes to an index. A variable-rate APR, or variable APR, changes with the index interest rate…Learn More
 

Where Can I Get My Credit Score?

There are a few main ways to get your credit score, including from a credit card or other loan statement, a non-profit counselor, or for a fee from a credit reporting agency. Learn More…

 

Vehicle Loan

I owe more on my current loan than my current vehicle is worth. What do I need to know if I buy a new vehicle?

If you are considering rolling the balance of the old auto loan into your new auto loan, make sure you understand how this will affect the total cost of your new loan. Learn More…