Accel Financial Counseling
Summit Federal Credit union is pleased to announce a
great member benefit – Accel Members Financial Counseling.
As a valued member of Summit Federal Credit Union, we are committed to serving
you. And as a benefit of your membership, we are providing you with free access
to and financial education and counseling services.
Summit Federal Credit Union has teamed up with Accel, a financial
counseling program. Through comprehensive education and exceptional service,
this organization has been assisting individuals for more than 44 years.
Through our partnership with Accel, you will enjoy unlimited
access to financial counselors without paying – it’s free!
As a member of Summit Federal Credit Union, you can receive assistance with:
Personal and family budgeting
Understanding your personal credit report and how to improve your score
Personal money management
Avoiding bankruptcy, foreclosure, and repossession
Accel can give personalized answers to your individual needs. For
issues ranging from a proactive savings plan to saving a home from foreclosure,
advice is only a phone call away.
Accel counselors are available Monday through Thursday 8 am to 12
am (EST), Friday 8 am to 7 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm. To use this
service, simply call 1-877-33ACCEL (332-2235) or click on a banner above to get
started and prepare to speak with a counselor.
Now Accel and Summit FCU have a web video series which
targets the entire financial lifecycle and the situations
that can impact your finances during each one of them. The
helpful advice is relevant to everybody — youth, those in
their middle years, and those planning for retirement.
Each program focuses on what you can do
to implement your own sound financial management plan.
Because money management is a life-long activity, good
habits in handling our finances can’t start too early. Nor
can they ever end, regardless of our age.
As you look over our video offerings,
choose the topics that interest you in whatever order you
wish. Banking Is features young people and their
experiences with personal finance. Life is What Happens
While You’re Making Plans provides insights into
balancing issues like making a living, starting a family,
and dealing with major life changes. Planning for the New
Future looks at the problems and opportunities of
retiring or planning for retirement. The news magazine,
Fast Forward on Finances presents more in-depth
information on a number of specific topics.
Either click the icon above or
here to view the extensive video library.