Please make note of the following Holiday Closures.
Remember that you can still manage your account and access your funds even when we’re closed. Our ATMs, MemberLine, Mobile Banking and Online Banking services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Not enrolled in our free Online and Mobile Banking services?
Contact us or visit one of our branches so we can help you get set up.
In late January 2019, the credit union plans to relocate our 529 location a mile down the road to 7060 Highway 6, Houston, TX 77095, near Copperfield Place. Aside from the cost savings benefit we discovered, we also chose this new location due to its proximity to shopping, dining, groceries and other retail options at the intersection of HWY 6 and 529, making it more convenient for members to drop in while running errands. The new location has been designed to produce a more efficient and innovative facility with better utilization of space, Interactive Teller Machines (ITMs), a quick and convenient drive-thru, and consultation rooms that are equipped for improved financial collaboration.
January is a good time to take stock of your personal finances. You can make positive changes to your spending and saving habits, whether it's making a New Year's resolution to get spending under control, figuring out how to save for a down payment on a house, or analyzing your investment portfolio. Many people, however, don't know where to start.
Where are you now?
Start with a personal assessment. Ask yourself:
Know the difference
Many people think that if they don't overdraw their financial accounts, they're doing just fine. But that's not the whole story.
Having a plan for different aspects of your life is essential. Consider a plan where you:
* Budget … for short-term goals.
* Save … for medium-term goals.
* Invest … for long-term goals.
Ask for help
Budgeting, saving, and investing are essential components of financial well-being, and they require different strategies. Cy-Fair FCU, along with our wealth management partners at SilverStar Financial can help you get started.
Teenager pleadings often involve asking for money—your money. How can you tame their cash demands and avoid the money wrangles, while also instilling a sense of financial responsibility? Here are a few ideas:
Let us help. We can set your teenager up with his first debit card and checking account. Getting teens established with these tools can help them learn to manage money now—while the stakes are small—so they don't get into financial trouble later.