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If you serve in the armed forces, there are several benefits that are given to you. Many of these benefits are financial, including specific bank accounts and lenders that are not available to civilians. This includes the banking service and website NavyFCU. This is a federal credit union, which is slightly different from a bank. There are no share holders, as each member of the credit union actually owns a small bit of the credit union. Due to this, you receive better investment rates and interest rates on just about every other account opened through the banking service. In order to gain access to your account information, you need to make your way over to the NavyFCU website.

Once you arrive at the website, you are greeted with several different options. If you already have an account, you can enter in your access number, user ID and password, then click "Log On" and view your current account information. However, if you have not yet signed up for the federal credit union, you need to click "Join Now," then follow the prompts in how to join the banking service. You must be currently, or have previously, served in a brance of the armed services, which includes the army, marine corps, navy, air force and department of defense. If you have not served, you are not eligible to join the credit union. Most federal credit unions are very selective with who they let in, and this holds true with the NavyFCU.org website.

With the website you are able to put your money into a banking account, take out mortgages and auto loans, plus you are able to invest into an IRA and a jumbo MMSA. These almost always have better interest rates than a standard bank near you.


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