Federal Credit Union

Financial

Credit Union

State Farm offers you a variety of unique benefits which you may not see from other employers. One excellent example of this is the State Farm Federal Credit Union. Membership in our Credit Union is exclusive to U.S. State Farm employees, agents, retirees, and certain family members of your immediate family.

State Farm Federal Credit Union is a long-standing and highly-valued benefit. As a Company-sponsored financial benefit program, the Credit Union is committed to offering its members better than marketplace rates on savings and consumer loans. Established in 1936, the Credit Union has its home office in Bloomington, IL., branch locations throughout the United States and internet banking access to accounts. The Credit Union has over 130,000 members in the U.S. and over $3.8 billion in assets. A separately chartered credit union in Canada is available to associates in Canada.

As part of your State Farm Total Rewards package, our Credit Union is based on the simple philosophy of people helping people. We encourage you to take advantage of what we have to offer. We can help you plan for and reach your financial goals. Above-market savings rates and the convenience of payroll deduction make the Credit Union an excellent place to save. And a variety of loans at affordable rates may be the right lending solution for you.

The Credit Union focuses on financial services in which it has traditionally performed very well – savings accounts, IRAs, vehicle loans, personal loans, and lines of credit. We offer online banking services – E-access and E-statements, wire transfers, electronic funds transfers and a Financial Education Learning Center. We encourage you to use other financial institutions, such as State Farm Bank®, for products like mortgage loans, checking accounts and credit cards, which are not offered through the Credit Union.

Your State Farm Federal Credit Union – Experience the Benefit!

Disclaimer: This brief overview of the State Farm Federal Credit Union is not intended to be a complete explanation of plan features. For more detailed information, please refer to the online Human Resources Policy Manual for U.S. employees.