Beginning Monday, April 14, 2014,
our Faribault Office hours will be:
Drive-up: 8:30 - 5:30 M - W
8:30 - 6:00 Th. & F
9:00 - 12:30 Sat.
Lobby: 8:30 - 5:30 M-F
9:00 -12:30 Sat.
Hours at our other locations will remain the same.
2014 Annual Meeting of HomeTown Credit Union
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Steele Co. History Center – 1448 Austin Road, Owatonna MN
7:00 am – Breakfast
7:30 am – Business Meeting
Reservations for breakfast are required. Call 507-451-3798 for reservations.
Deadline to register is March 10, 2014.
Is Home Ownership in Your Future?
Learn about how to qualify for a mortgage and the
application process at our upcoming
Home Buying Seminar
Please join us.....
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 6 -7pm
2400 W.Bridge St. - Owatonna, MN
Thursday, March 13, 2014 6-7pm
1205 Hwy 60 West - Faribault, MN
Seating is limited. Please contact Cindy at 507-455-6722
if you are able to join us!
Matthew Stanislav, Mortgage Originator
Contact Matthew today for current rates and details on how to apply.
MLO # 1019547
HomeTown Credit Union Scholarships Available
Scholarships are available for high school seniors who are current members of HomeTown Credit Union, who will be graduating this spring and pursuing post high school education during the 2014-15 school year. For more information and to apply click HERE.
Check it out! - 1% rate discount*
on your next vehicle, motorcycle, RV or boat loan!
Contact a representative today to get pre-approved.
*Rate discount effective February 1, 2014 and applies to new loans to the Credit Union. Offer excludes real estate loans and VISA credit cards. Loans must be closed at the Credit Union and Credit Union membership and credit qualification apply. You must enroll to receive your periodic statement electronically to receive the rate discount. Offer valid for a limited time and may be revoked by the Credit Union.
CLICK HERE to view employment opportunities with HomeTown Credit Union.
Take a quick assessment to determine your financial health.
Politicians in Washington are considering an overhaul of the federal tax code – and taxing credit unions is on the list of proposed changes.
The credit union tax exemption was established by Congress to assure a low cost banking alternative, as credit union earnings are used to benefit the members rather than returning earnings to a group of shareholders. Unlike banks that maximize profits for a small group of investors, credit unions exist to serve their members, including working families, local small businesses and your community.
HomeTown Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by our members. As a member-owner, please consider contacting your US Congressperson and US senators to ask them not to tax your credit union. Taxing credit unions won’t make a dent in the national budget deficit as credit unions hold only 6% of consumer deposits nationwide. A tax on credit unions is really just another tax on you, as it will impact the benefits you receive as a credit union member-owner.
Click here to learn more about our tax exempt status and how you can help preserve it.
Take advantage of skipping your loan payments*!
Click HERE to get started.
*Offer excludes VISA credit cards and real estate loans. Each loan
qualifies for one SkipPay per year.
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