The legacy you leave your family might include such tangibles as your house and cars and some financial assets, maybe a family business. Your legacy also includes the less tangible things that are unique to your family—family history and name, maybe a dimple or chin cleft, favorite recipes, and the way you identify what’s important to stand for as you move through life.
There’s another aspect of legacy you can share right now. Because you’re a member of CapEd, your immediate family members are eligible to join as well. And membership provides both tangible and intangible benefits.
Credit unions are financial cooperatives, owned by their members. Because we have no shareholders, our board’s only interest is the safety and soundness of the credit union and making sure that members, not stockholders, are the beneficiaries of product and service decisions.
We price loans, pay dividends on funds you’ve deposited, and provide you with high-quality, low-cost services at reasonable fees. Banks must price products and services to make a profit and pay their stockholders. But credit unions are member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperatives dedicated to improving members’ lives.
Members of your family will experience the same benefits of credit union membership you already enjoy. They, too, will benefit from our expert advice, low rates on loans, high dividends on savings and certificates, and exceptional customer service.
If you enjoy the unique benefits of belonging to a credit union, share this legacy with your family.
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