“Providing personal service in Morgan and North Summit Counties since 1964.”

When you’re newly on your own, you need just about everything, and plastic can become a big temptation. The small actions you take every day would collect over time so that, in a few years, your high credit score would help you sail through that new car purchase or a mortgage application.

(1) Charge it to the max. Charging to your limits on plastic can put your credit score in jeopardy. If you have reached your limit on one or more cards – you become a risk. Lenders will suspect you are one big expense away from being unable to pay. It is recommended using just 10-30% of your available credit.

(2) Miss due dates. Your credit card bills may take a back seat to the other critical expenses in your life - rent, utilities and student loan payments. Late payments can lower your credit score. If paying bills is a challenge, try to pay at least the minimum on your cards each month, on time.

(3) Co-sign a loan. Here’s the scenario: Your boyfriend or girlfriend really needs a loan for a new car but the bank says no way without a co-signer. You may think you’re merely vouching for their character, but you’re really saying, “I’ll pay if they don’t.” You have one good possible outcome. They make every payment on time and when the loan is paid off, you’re off the hook. But consider other possibilities, from a crisis that makes them unable to pay (job loss, injury) to the worst case scenario – they just walk away from the debt. You’ll inherit the debt, the collector’s harassing phone calls and the damage to your credit, too.

(4) Collect credit cards. You hear this once a weekend. “If you open up a new credit card with us today, you’ll get 10% off your purchase! That’s going to save you $8 today, it only takes a minute to open!” Stick to the fewest possible cards you need.

(5) Blow off your other bills. You may imagine your credit score is based on what you do with your credit cards. If you are regularly late paying your electric bill, for example, your credit report may turn off future lenders before the power company turns off your lights!

Loan Interest Rates

Loan rates - effective 4-4-16 APR/OAC
AUTO LOANS 36 mths 48 mths 60 mths 72 mths 84 mths
2015-2017 2.99% 2.99% 2.99% 3.24% 4.10%
2008-2014 2.99% 2.99% 2.99% 3.24% 4.40%
2007 & older 4.50% 4.50% 5.00%
REC: RV, TRAILER, 36 mths 48 mths 60 mths 72 mths   84-120
2015-2017 4.75% 4.75% 4.75% 5.25% 5.75%
2008-2014 4.75% 4.75% 4.75% 5.25% 5.75%
2007 & older 5.75% 5.75% 5.75% 6.25%       6.75%
REC: SMB, ATV, 36 mths 48 mths 60 mths 72 mths  
2015-2017 4.75% 4.75% 4.75% 5.25%
2012-2014 5.25% 5.25% 5.25% 5.75%
2011 & older 5.50% 5.50%  5.75%
Unsecured 36 mths 11.00%
Share secured 60 mths 2.75%

*the above rates are based OAC & 700+ credit score.


Savings Account Rates

Regular Savings: 0.25% APR



Saving Certificate Rates

Effective:  April 4,2017

 6  Month Certificate         .60%       *APR              .60%    *APY
12 Month Certificate       1.00%       *APR            1.00%    *APY
18 Month Certificate       1.20%       *APR            1.20%    *APY
24 Month Certificate       1.20%       *APR            1.20%    *APY
36 Month Certificate       1.50%       *APR            1.51%    *APY
60 Month Certificate       2.30%       *APR            2.32%    *APY


Your savings Federally Insured to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government Agency.


*APR = Annual Percentage Rate                   *APY= Annual Percentage Yield