Our personal checking accounts provide the convenience and flexibility you need to help manage your money more efficiently.
With flexible terms, competitive rates and a fast and easy approval process, you’ll be driving your next vehicle in no time.
We have great options for those looking for a low rate, wanting to earn rewards or needing to transfer a balance.
Let our mortgage team guide you through the process so you can buy with confidence.
You can be reassured on one point, and that’s the security and stability of your credit union and your accounts at Fort Financial. Fort Financial offers a safe place for credit union members to save money. Fort Financial has sound financial policies and receives high rankings from regulators for safe and sound practices. Deposits at federally insured credit unions like Fort Financial are protected by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund and insured up to at least $250,000 per individual depositor – the same as any other federally insured financial institution. That means backing by the full faith and credit of the U.S. government.Read More »
We are one week out from the 50th annual Fort Wayne Home & Garden Show and hope everyone who attended got some good ideas for their next home improvement project! Hopefully you were able to stop by our booth inside the Allen Count War Memorial Coliseum and talk to some of our team members about how Fort Financial can partner with you on that project with a home equity loan or line of credit.Read More »
February 27 – March 3 is America Saves Week and while we don’t have Danny Zuko and the T-Birds to serenade you, we wanted to share some tips for getting you and your savings transformed from a clunker to an automatic, systematic (not really hydromatic) machine. Systematic savings is the process of automatically setting aside a specific amount of your income on a regular basis, whether that’s weekly, biweekly or monthly. Rather than waiting to put money away when you have extra cash, with systematic savings you pay yourself first and make building your savings a priority.Read More »