Join the CAFCU Family Today!
Your solution to help guide you through your financial journey is here! With Corporate America Family Credit Union (CAFCU), you can have peace of mind that you are in good hands with a not-for-profit organization that cares about you and your financial well-being.
As an employee of The Michaels Companies, you and your family are eligible for the exclusive member benefits and financial products from CAFCU!
What does that mean for you? It means you can enjoy consistently lower loan rates, higher savings yields, no- or low-cost services, cutting-edge banking technology, and the best financial management tools and education
you could find!
At CAFCU you're not just a customer, you're a member. And because we are 100% member owned, we are completely dedicated to empowering your financial success.
The Michaels Companies Financial Wellness Resources
Your Financial Wellness Benefit
As a CAFCU member, you can have peace of mind that you are in good hands with a not-for-profit organization that cares about you and your financial well-being. Join today and know we’re here to empower your financial success.
Have you avoided looking at your account balances, spending habits, or bills lately? You’re not alone, but it’s still just remember now is always the best time to dust off your sound financial habits and bring them back to life.
Credit & Debt Management
Get a cold, clammy feeling when you think of your credit card bills? If so, you are not alone. 40% of Americans carry credit card debt and the average balance is $5,700. If we exclude people who pay their balances in full every month, the average debt is $9,333.
- Tips for Lowering Your Monthly Payments
- Ways to Manage or Reduce Your Debt
- Credit Card Payoff Calculator
- Debt Consolidation Savings Calculator
- Understanding Your Credit Score
- Prioritizing Bills During a Hardship
Putting money aside to achieve your goals is probably the single most important thing you can do to give yourself a brighter financial future. Once you get started it tends to be pretty easy, too. The hard part can come when you try to create your initial saving plan. How much should you be saving? What kind of accounts should you be saving in?