Thankful for Community

This week I’m giving thanks to our community. I am fortunate to work for a company that cares so much about the community that I live and work in. At 1st Financial Federal Credit Union, we’re committed to helping the communities we serve, and I am grateful to be a part of such a great … Continue reading Thankful for Community

Thankful for Convenience

Life isn’t perfect. If it was, we would all be doing exactly what we wanted, getting everything we wanted and money would never be an issue. Even though life isn’t perfect, holidays like Thanksgiving make me think about how grateful I should be for what we have. I’m always grateful for all the major things … Continue reading Thankful for Convenience

Preventing Identity Theft: What you need to know

Millions of Americans have their identity stolen each year. Steve, VP of Technology at 1st Financial, shares helpful tips to prevent identity theft from happening to you. #identitytheft #reallife #betterwaytobank Featuring: Steve Broadbent & Tracy Verner with 1st Financial Federal Credit Union in St. Louis, MO. https://youtu.be/RZDvzf6xVNQ

Commitment to Our Community

At 1st Financial Federal Credit Union, we’re committed to helping the communities we serve. We know the best way to change a community is to focus on the future. Keeping in mind our strategic intents to support job training and education programs in St. Louis, we are so proud to be in partnership with the … Continue reading Commitment to Our Community

Why Credit Unions are the Better Way to Bank

Credit unions were born with a philosophy of “people helping people” and in large part, credit unions are well known for not only providing better banking products, but also for their involvement with their local communities. At 1st Financial, we’ve taken it one step farther and have teamed up with local organizations who are helping … Continue reading Why Credit Unions are the Better Way to Bank

Meet Tracy: Learning to buffalo

Buffalo is one of the most powerful words you’ll hear me use. Buffalo in that instance, whether I'm encouraging myself or someone else is a verb. Yes, Buffalo is an action word… It’s moving forward, it’s what you do while being brave in the face of a storm. If you’re going to get to know … Continue reading Meet Tracy: Learning to buffalo