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Improve your Credit Score in 2019

[SIMPLY MONEY PODCAST - 7min]Aired January 9, 2019 with Britt Scearce, Business Development Officer and Credit Expert at Emery Federal Credit Union.Britt joins Amy Wagner and Nathan Bachrach to discuss tips on how to improve your credit score for the new...

Round Up and Save

NEW! Round Up and Save

Save money every time you make a purchase or pay a bill using your Emery Federal Credit Union Debit card. Open your Round Up and Save Account today!

Can carrying a balance improve your credit score?

[SIMPLY MONEY PODCAST - 7min 15 sec] Aired August 29, 2018 with Britt Scearce, Business Development Officer and Credit Expert at Emery Federal Credit Union. Britt joins Nathan Bachrach and Amy Wagner of Simply Money Advisors to debunk more credit myths...

Summer Skip-A-Pay is here!

Summer Skip-A-Pay is Here!

Breeze through the DOG DAYS of Summer with some help from Emery. You can apply online or use our handy mail-back form.

No Closing Cost Mortgage Option

No Closing Cost Mortgage Option

Find your storybook ending with Emery Federal Credit Union’s No Cost Mortgage Option. Hurry! Limited Time Offer.

Annual Spring Shred Party – May 19

Annual Spring Shred Party May 19

Protect your personal information from potential identity theft and get some spring cleaning done in the process! This is a community event. All are welcome!

Debunking Common Myths on Freezing Your Credit

Audio Podcast: Identity Theft and Credit Freeze Facts Ocotber 20, 2017:  Britt Scearce, Business Development Officer for Emery Federal Credit Union, talks with Nathan Bachrach, co-founder and CEO of Simply Money Advisors, about common myths about freezing your credit...

Equifax Cybersecurity Incident

Emery takes to Radio & TV to discuss the Equifax Breach

Live interviews with Emery’s Britt Scearce (Fox 19 News) and Todd Cain (55KRC Radio) about Equifax Data Breach and how you can protect yourself.

4 Tips to Protect Your Digital Identity

Identity theft is when someone fraudulently uses your personal information (i.e., your name, date of birth, Social Security number, address, etc.) for their financial or personal gain - and it could happen to anyone. There are different ways identity thieves go about...