There used to be a television commercial for a well known credit card company that used the tagline "Membership has its privileges." One area where membership definitely has its rewards is belonging to a credit union. Credit unions all have some requirements for membership, such as working for a particular company or having a family member that works for that company.
There is a Credit union Massachusetts that has a fairly simple membership requirement. You don't have to work for a particular company. You don't have to do business with a particular business. You just have to live or work in Massachusetts or the southern New Hampshire area. That credit union is the Workers Credit Union.
Workers Credit Union is located in the north central region of Massachusetts and has 14 branch locations. Like a lot of credit unions, they belong to a network of over 1300 shared credit union branches where you can do banking without incurring any fees. That way, if you are on vacation or move away from the Massachusetts area, you can still take advantage of your credit union membership.
Workers Credit Union offers a full range of financial services no matter what your banking needs are. They have savings accounts, checking accounts, CDs, IRAs, loans, and credit cards for individuals at competitive rates. They offer planning services to pay for college education and for retirement. You can have all of the benefits of banking at a big bank, without all of the fees. So remember, membership does have its privileges, especially at a credit union.