About Us


Welcome to Health Care Family Credit Union, where we are dedicated to providing you with the very best in financial services. We are a member-owned, not-for-profit cooperative financial institution. When you join HCFCU, you become a member and an owner! Since there are no outside stockholders to satisfy, the credit union passes profits to you in the form of lower rates on loans and higher dividends on savings.

News

  • What Do I Do With My Refund?Read More

    We don't normally like to tell you how to spend you money. Our members tend to be very good at that, often finding creative ways to turn the hours they've spent at the office into new ways to enjoy their lives. More often, we tell you how to not spend your money by letting you know about our fantastic savings options that can produce dividends in varying amounts of time, or we'll often tell you about ways to use your good credit for getting a loan that can make your life better or save you money in the long run.

  • Your Tax Refund - Why Is It So Small?Read More

    This time of year. W-2 forms are coming in, shoe-boxes are coming out and kitchen tables are disappearing under a pile of documents. It's tax time, and the most common set of questions we hear revolve around the same issue: Why is my refund so small? How can I make it bigger? While we are not tax professionals, here are some observations we've had while serving our members over the years. You should always consult a tax advisor when you are unsure of something concerning your taxes.

  • Hosting A Super "Big Game Party On A BudgetRead More

    Big brands are paying upwards of $5 million for 30-second Super Bowl ad slots, and the city of San Francisco is forking over $4.8 million to host weeklong festivities leading up to the big game. But when the two top NFL teams compete on Feb. 7 in Santa Clara, California, for Super Bowl 50, thankfully you'll be shelling out considerably less than that to hold your Big Game party.

  • The Federal Reserve's Interst Rate Hike And What It Means For Our MembersRead More

    The Federal Reserve, also known as the Fed, raised the prime interest rate by 0.25% last Wednesday. It is the first time the Fed raised the prime interest rate since 2006. Often, this kind of news can blur into the background, especially for young people who haven't been through an interest rate hike during their adult lives.