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Member Benefits

Select Employee Groups

As a Select Employee Group (SEG) partnered with A+FCU, extend the benefits of credit union membership to your staff, at no cost to your organization.

Benefits For Our Partners

A Select Employee Group (SEG) is a business, non-profit, school, or organization that works with A+FCU to enhance their employee benefits program at no cost. Through this partnership, all employees and their families become eligible to join A+FCU.

Benefits To The Company

  • No-cost employee benefit
  • Increased employee satisfaction
  • Free on-site visits
  • Financial education opportunities for staff
  • Dedicated A+FCU Business Development team

Benefits To The Employee

  • Low-cost financial services
  • Account opening incentives
  • A local alternative to big banks
  • Save time and money
  • Free financial counseling and education

Enjoy other benefits such as online account opening, Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), and member-only discounts.

Becoming an A+FCU SEG is fairly simple and free. We currently serve over 300 SEGs which make up a large part of our membership, and we’re always open to new SEG relationships.

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Free Employee Benefit

Need more information? Download this flyer to learn more about the benefits partnering with A+FCU can offer you and your business.

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