Debt Consolidation Loans

By: Dupaco Community Credit Union  10/27/2014
Keywords: Debt Consolidation

By consolidating your debt, loan and/or credit card balances, you'll pay less in interest and could even lower your monthly payment. In many cases, we can combine different types of debt, like car, furniture, computer, boat, and credit card loans, even your home loan. Dupaco Community Credit Union can help you! Whether you're considering consolidating debt to save money or to make money management easier, a Money Makeover is where we will start. During a Money Makeover we take a look the your total financial picture to identify opportunities to painlessly "make over" your finances to cut costs and build savings. Through Makeovers we help hundreds of members each year pay less and save more. Contact our loan department for information or rates at [email protected] or 800-373-7600 / (563) 557-7600, ext. 202.

Keywords: Debt Consolidation

Other products and services from Dupaco Community Credit Union

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Mortgage or Home Loan

Whether you're a first-time home buyer; refinancing; or building or buying your dream home, chances are we’ve got a loan that will suit your needs. You'll work with local, trusted Dupaco staff all along the way. Service with a smile, topped with some of the area's best loan rates. A variety of loan options with great rates, low fees, and top-notch service helps ensure that you'll find a mortgage loan to fit your situation perfectly. You'll make payments right to Dupaco.


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Checking Account

Dupaco Community Credit Union has free checking account and an interest-bearing checking account.


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Savings Account

Open a savings account at Dupaco Community Credit Union with a minimum $25 deposit, you’re buying your share of ownership in the Credit Union. You’ll earn interest on your savings above $100, and the money you deposit enables us to make loans to other Dupaco members, thus completing the cooperative circle. Plus, your deposits are federally insured for up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).