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  • Important Notice

    Effective September 15, electronic debits via Automated Clearing House (ACH) are eligible for processing on the same day that they are authorized by you. Please monitor your checking account to be sure that you have sufficient funds on the day your payment is set to be made. Otherwise, you could incur NSF (non-sufficient funds) fees or overdrafts. If you need to make a same-day transfer, log onto Teller Net or our mobile app. Transfers can also be made via Teller Phone at 1-877-TEL-PFCU.

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To us, there’s no better investment than community. From the start, we’ve helped our members open businesses, improve their homes and send their kids to school. No fat cats here. Just neighbors.

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What's new at PFCU?

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Credit Seminar - Whitman Library


Credit doesn’t have to be confusing. Join us for a seminar and learn all about it!

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Back-to-School Savings: Three Tips to Save Money on School Supplies


Labor Day is right around the corner, which means it’s time for back-to-school shopping! Follow these tips to save money on school supplies for grades K-12.

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When should I start saving for college for my kids?


Children cost money, that’s not really up for debate. According the Department of Agriculture, it costs $233,610 to raise a child. If that number isn’t daunting enough, there’s also a college education looming over a parent’s head.

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