Navigating the Road Ahead

At MCCU, we're more than a financial institution – we're your partner for financial success. Our Financial Wellness Program is designed to empower you with the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to make informed financial decisions. Whether you are navigating hard times or planning for your child’s education, our Certified Credit Union Financial Counselors (aka Financial Wellness Coaches) will work alongside you to build a mindful path to financial wellness.

What To Expect

Setting realistic expectations is a key aspect as you embark on your financial journey. Our Financial Wellness Coaches will work with you to address your financial concerns, establish goals, identify obstacles, and create a personalized action plan. But that’s not where it ends. We’ll check in with you periodically to ensure you’re making progress and provide support as needed throughout your journey.

Don’t navigate your finances alone – we’re here for you. Schedule a complimentary session with one of MCCU’s Financial Wellness Coaches and get started on your journey. Schedule an appointment today and after you have your first meeting, you'll be entered to win $500!*


Financial Wellness Resources

Financial knowledge, skills and confidence are the keys to making informed financial decisions.  The resources below are available to help you navigate the road ahead.

Annual Credit Report

Budgeting Basics (PDF)

Credit Score Breakdown (PDF)

Everyday Ways to Save (PDF)

Federal Student Loan Repayment Loan Simulator

Financial Calculator

Identity Theft Protection

It’s A Money Thing

Zogo Finance


* Offer valid November 1, 2023, through March 31, 2024. No purchase necessary. Drawing is only open to legal U.S. residents age 18 years or older. Void where prohibited by law. MCCU employees and officials, as well as their families and household members are not eligible to win. Winner selected by random draw on April 5, 2024. The resources and tips provided are for educational and information purposes only and should not be relied on for financial, tax, or legal advice. MCCU encourages you to do your own due diligence when making decisions regarding your financial management.