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March 12, 2010

Savings Plans from Financial Center

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Research has been showing that the last year of economic turmoil has led to more people saving more of their cash.  Are you looking for an alternative to your savings account?  Most likely, your current account's rate is so low that you're only earning pennies month after month.  Looking for a better way to save?  You may want to consider a share certificate at your local credit union. 

If you become a member at Financial Center you not only benefit from the many products and services that come standard with membership but also receive the opportunity to gain ownership through a share certificate.  

Financial Center of Indianapolis (FCFCU) is a member-owned credit union dedicated to providing low rates, no fees and excellent member service that the 'big' bank can't provide.  This particular credit union has been on an extensive growth path since the 1980s and has remained healthier than ever even in the economic slump.  Financial Center has seven locations located in Marion County with 145 employees serving 42,000 members world wide.  FCFCU has experienced a lush growth rate and as of December, 2009 total assets have surpassed $390 million. 

Want to place some cash away and deter you from spending it?  Consider opening a share certificate with Financial Center with a minimum deposit as low as $500.  Financial Center has issued a special certificate that boasts a 3.25% APY for a five year share certificate.  

FCFCU membership is easy to gain and practically anyone who works, lives, worships, attends school or volunteers in Marion County is eligible.  With membership you receive lower Indianapolis loan rates that any bank could offer, as well as online banking services and instant money adviser services.  All your banking needs are covered with credit union banking from Financial Center. 

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