News

2019 CFDCU Board of Directors Election

The Nominating Committee reports that there were no nominations for persons wishing to serve on the Board of Directors. As a result, the incumbents Mike Keffer and L.C. Kelly will run unopposed for their respective three year terms.

2019 CFDCU Annual Meeting and Fish Fry

It's almost time for our annual meeting and we've changed things up a bit. This year instead of barbecue, we're having a good old-fashioned fish fry! So make plans now to join us on Thursday May 2nd. Find directions here.

Tax Time is Financial Checkup Time!

Don't file that folder stuffed with all of your tax-time documents just yet. With many of your money-related items in one spot, it's the perfect time for a financial checkup. Start by taking an inventory of your assets: share savings and certificate accounts, any mutual funds or stocks, savings bonds, vehicles, home and so on. Then determine your liabilities: credit card balances and any loans. Now examine your expenses: Are there areas where you can cut back? For example, are you eating out often? Are you paying a high interest rate on a credit card? Is it time for a Credit Union Consolidation Loan or a balance transfer? Look on the income side as well. If you are receiving a big tax refund, it likely means you are withholding too much. No reason to give the government the use of your money all year! Remember, a yearly financial checkup is as important to your financial fitness as an annual visit is to your doctor is to your physical health.

Hotlines and Drive Thru Are Back!

Our drive thru window has been installed and is open for business.


Also, Hotlines is back in service as well but with a difference. The new system allows you to call the number directly!


The Hotlines number is (704) 375-0221.

Debit and Credit Card Travel Notice

Because of the frequency of fraudulent transactions from certain areas, there are some geographical restrictions in place with our card processor.


Please notify us if you intend to travel out of the country so that we can notify the card processor and hopefully prevent any problems.