Credit Union FAQ
At RTN Federal Credit Union, we’re here to help you with your financial needs, wherever you are and whenever you need us. If you’re looking to open a savings or checking account, need a mortgage or seek investment or retirement advice, you’ll find it here in our RTN Credit Union FAQ.
As a credit union, RTN is a not-for-profit financial cooperative, owned by and operated for our members. When you join RTN, you become an owner—and we work for you.
RTN offers a full range of financial products and services along with the individualized attention that has become our hallmark. We proudly serve more than 600 local companies as well as their families and household members.
It’s easy to join RTN Federal Credit Union. You become a member by opening an RTN Share Savings Account—simply complete an application, provide a valid government-issued photo identification such as a driver’s license or passport and deposit and maintain $25 in your account.
Once you join RTN, you can take advantage of the products and services we offer, which include great rates, convenient access, a friendly and professional staff and a commitment to your financial well-being.
Save with us, borrow with us and let us help you reach your financial goals.
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Credit Unions Come Out on Top
What’s the best place to bank in America?
Based on a recent study, one could reasonably argue it’s a credit union.
“Credit unions are among the highest-rated services we’ve ever evaluated, with 93% of their customers highly satisfied, on average, versus 69% for the four biggest national banks,” stated the reporting agency.
The reason, noted in the survey, is that credit unions emphasize superior customer service because as not-for-profit financial cooperatives, they are owned and managed by their members.
“Unlike profit-making banks, credit unions are tax-exempt,” the report stated. “Members usually have access to free checking, slightly higher interest rates on certificates of deposit, and significantly lower rates for credit cards and auto loans.”
Credit unions also save members more money. A study of all transactions and fees in more than 16,000 bank and credit union accounts found that credit union members pay annually only $71 each year for checking, while bank members pay $183.