We're ready to be there for you... Sequestration Relief Program
At South Carolina Federal Credit Union, our goal is to bring you Life Simplified. We have been following recent news reports and understand that the upcoming months may be challenging times for many of our members who are employed by the federal government. We want you to know that we are here and ready to help with any impact the possible furloughs may have on you or your family. Every member’s situation is unique, so please give us a call today or stop by your local branch.
BALANCE Financial Fitness Program
Whether you're interested in developing a workable spending and savings plan, getting out of debt, taking a look at your credit report, buying a home, or planning for your financial future, Your Credit Union wants to help. That's why we've provided access to free and confidential financial counseling and education through BALANCE.
Certified counselors are available to answer your questions about money management and other personal finance topics.
Money Management Counseling
Take a closer look at your spending and savings plan, and develop a plan of action to meet your goals.
If the bills are starting to pile up, a counselor can review your options, and even provide a structured repayment plan.
Credit Report Review
A counselor will review your report with you, making sure you know your rights. BALANCE can even provide a low-cost credit report.
Buying a home is one of the biggest financial commitments you'll ever make. A counselor can help you make a plan.
SC Mortgage Help
The South Carolina Homeownership and Employment Lending Program (SC HELP) has designed five program options to help eligible homeowners who are at risk of mortgage loan default or foreclosure.
Información en Español
Con el patrocinio de su cooperativa de credito, usted ahora tiene acceso a servicios gratuitos de asesoría financiera.
To speak with a counselor, call BALANCE at 888.456.2227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please do not email any sensitive information including your account numbers or social security number.)