Your financial well-being is our service mission at Catholic Federal

We want all of our members to be financially fit, but we understand it is easier said than done. If you feel overwhelmed with debt, we can help!  Find out how much we can save you!

Credit Cards

What is the annual percentage rate on your current credit card? Many are 15%, 20% or even higher! Start paying down this debt by transferring your balance(s)* to a Catholic Federal VISA Platinum credit card. With a fixed rate of 9.90% APR**, you can pay your debt down sooner and focus on other areas of debt. Plus there is no annual fee.  

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Personal Loans

If you have several sources of debt which seem impossible to pay off, it may be time to consolidate these into one affordable monthly payment with an Everything Plus loan.

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Home Equity

You never know when the unexpected will happen. Fortunately, as the equity in your home grows you can leverage your home to finance whatever life may bring. To cover any expected or unexpected life events, you can borrow up to 80% of your home’s equity, minus any first mortgage balance. With flexible repayment options, our home equity line of credit is a great financing option for homeowners.

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Auto Loans

What are you currently paying on your auto loan? Would you like to be purchase a new or used vehicle while paying less each month? You may be able to do just that by refinancing your current auto loan at Catholic Federal. Most lenders offer standard 36, 48 or 60 month terms. At Catholic Federal, we also offer 72 or 84 month terms. Plus, you may finance up to 100% of the purchase price!

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Free Financial Checkup

Our Financial Checkup is a fast, free review of your credit cards, loans, and accounts. We’ll show you ways to shrink swollen payments, squash excess fees, and save big every month! Stop by any office location or contact the credit union to take advantage of this member benefit.

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*Balance Transfer Fee: Either $50 or 1.5% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater.

**APR is Annual Percentage Rate.

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