Member Assistance Program: skip a payment and other options for members experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. Click for details.
Auto, home, and business insurance from Maps Insurance Services.
Maps Investments, through our broker dealer CUSO Financial Services, L.P. (CFS), provides comprehensive financial services.
Ask Maps Insurance
Loans for apartment complexes, investment properties, retail, business lines of credit, and more.
Employment and Tenant Screening Services, Insurance and Bonds, Supplemental Insurance, and more.
We specialize in commercial investment properties, apartments, and professional offices.
Supports Maps' philanthropic efforts; started in 2010 to support lifelong learning and economic development throughout our community.
Maps Credit Union Scholarship, Maps Business Partner Scholarship, Earl Littrell Scholarship, and Dan Penn Scholarship.
We host events and workshops that educate the community to share what we know.
Learn from timely articles designed to educate and inform you on financial matters.
See what current financial workshops we are hosting.
January 2 by Jennifer Schmelling
As an institution devoted to your financial wellness, Maps offers several secure options for your savings. One of our most popular savings products is our certificates of deposits, commonly referred as CDs. These accounts offer the best of both worlds when it comes to your savings. You'll be giving your money a great chance at growth without subjecting it to the risks of investing in the stock market.
Let's take a closer look at how certificates work and why they might be the perfect choice for you.
Read Entire Article
August 5 by Jennifer Schmelling
Did you know there were 14.4 million victims of identity theft in 2018? According to Javelin Strategy, each case cost the victim an average of $1,050 - and that's only the cost in dollars. When an individual's identity is stolen, the thief wreaks major havoc on the victim's financial health, which can take months, or even years, to recover from.
April 1 by Jennifer Schmelling
1. Dust Off Your New Year's Resolutions
2. Sweep Out Your Monthly Budget
3. Freshen Up Your W-4
4. Pile Up Your Savings
5. Toss Your Debt
March 5 by Jennifer Schmelling
The most popular retirement plan is the IRA account.
January 7 by Jennifer Schmelling
Rainy day funds and emergency funds serve different purposes. It’s important to have both available to tap into as needed.
December 1 by Jennifer Schmelling
Let’s explore your options and take a look at what might work for you.
October 12 by Jennifer Schmelling
The largest pool of victims of fake check scams are in their 20s – a segment of the population that is far more familiar with PayPal than with paper checks. Find out what makes them easy victims for the scam.
August 6 by Jennifer Schmelling
Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and other mobile wallets are revolutionizing the checkout experience by blending two developments in payment infrastructure to save you time: near-field communication (NFC) and token encryption.
July 19 by Jennifer Schmelling
Arm yourself with knowledge and awareness. Here’s 7 ways to spot a loan scam:
January 4 by Nicholle Brainard
January means a new year but it also means tax return season is fast approaching. Tax season can highlight some critical security obstacles. Here are some helpful tips on making sure your information stays save during tax season and your return arrives safely to your account.
Back to Top
Speedbump Modal Called Incorrectly!
Simple Modal Called Incorrectly!