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Why a Credit Union?

  • Not-for-profit
  • Local and member-owned
  • Known for better rates and lower fees

Why First Nebraska Credit Union?

  • Deposit funds directly from your paycheck into a savings account
  • Accessible to you anytime, anywhere (online & mobile)
  • 87,000 ATM locations worldwide
  • We’re motivated by service rather than profit
  • It’s easy to become a member!

Perks of being a member

  • MoneyMap – FREE budgeting tool
  • GreenPath – FREE financial counseling
  • Debt Protection and Insurance
  • Deposit a check remotely
  • Sign documents via email

Advantages for Your Business, Benefits for Your Employees

As you know, a company’s benefits package can make the difference between happy employees and employee turnover, and can help attract great new employees. Employees are looking for a company that not only provides them competitive wages but also a company that is looking at investing in them. What better way to say “we value you” than to offer financial services and wellness.

With the increasing costs of providing benefits, our Select Employee Group program makes more sense today than ever. We offer this benefit at no cost to employers!

Credit Union Benefits to your Company

  • Help your employees achieve financial success
  • Lower your cost of doing business
  • Improve employee satisfaction and morale
  • Improve your company’s benefits package and image

Financial stress affects virtually everyone at some point in their lives. When employees are worried about their financial situation, it can directly impact the financial well-being of the company. There is more absenteeism, employee stress and lack of focus and productivity in the workplace. We understand that the financial health of your employees is important to the health of your business. When they feel better about their financial health, they feel better about their job—improving employee morale, retention, and your bottom line.

First Nebraska operate as a not-for-profit credit union, as a service to our member-owners. We have the best interests of our members in mind.

How Can My Employees Join the Credit Union?

As long as your company is one of our Select Employee Groups, your employees are eligible to join FNCU. They can start by opening a Savings Account with a $5 deposit. Here’s the link to the new member application, or they can call us at (402) 492-9100, or visit one of our branch locations.

We also have membership packets that you can give to new employees, or to hand out at Employee Benefits Enrollment meetings. The packet includes a paper application that employees can complete, and you can mail it to FNCU on their behalf. It also includes a Payroll Deduction form, if they’d like to start automatically depositing some or all of their paycheck into their new FNCU account. 

If an employee is already a member, and wants to open another account (Secondary Savings, Christmas club Savings, Vacation Club Savings, IRAs, etc.), have them use this link to apply.

Resources for Your Employees

In addition to great products and services, as a member of FNCU’s Select Employee Group Program, your employees will receive:

Free Materials and Informational Support
Financial Education
Direct Deposit and Payroll Deduction Services

We can help everyone – in all stages of their financial journey.

Do you have new employees who do not have a financial account, or worry they cannot open one? We exist to serve all your employees – those just starting out, those who are repairing their financial situation, and those who are looking to meet their financial goals. For those who have had financial troubles, we can start them off with a savings account and financial education to help them through their situation.