Vantage Credit Union is a unique financial institution. We’re a not-for-profit financial cooperative where each member is a part owner. This is your credit union.
For low and moderate income families, securing financing for a home in a rural community may be challenging. With assistance from the USDA, you could join the nearly 60 million Americans living in thriving rural communities across the country.
According to the Internal Revenue Service, more than a third of all taxpayers have submitted tax returns. Don’t worry, you have until April 18, 2017 to file! If you receive a refund, consider ways to make your refund work for you.
Choosing a career path is a big deal even if you don’t consider yourself career-driven; your choice of career will inevitably influence your lifestyle. Income is only part of the equation—your career also has the ability to determine where you end up living, who you end up meeting, and the activites you end up having time for. So why is it so challenging to choose the right career? Read on.
Everyone has goals for what they want to accomplish in their lives. Don’t let financing become an obstacle in achieving your goals. Borrow smartly with a loan from Vantage Credit Union.
When you open up your wallet and look inside, what do you see? For many, one thing you won’t find is cash. The benefits of making your purchases with a credit card go beyond a lighter wallet.
For many people, retirement accounts aren’t top-of-mind. While you may be contributing to your retirement, are you also taking advantage of potential tax savings?
St. Louis home values went up in 2016. That’s great news for home owners! So, what’s your home worth? And better yet, what could you be doing with the equity in your home?
We’ve upgraded Bill Pay with a new look and enhanced functionality! Bill Pay now features a new home page dashboard that will be easier to navigate, plus added features to make online bill payment more convenient for you.
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