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  • 1. What type of checking account does MVFCU offer? Views: 182 Featured Content
    MVFCU offers the best type of checking account...it is FREE. There are no monthly fees, no per check charges, no catch, no kidding! The MVFCU Share Draft (Checking) account requires a $25 minimum balance to open and a $2,000 balance is required to earn dividends. A VISA CheckCard is available at no cost, and overdraft protection can be accessed from the Share Savings, Money Market or Line of Credit. You do need to be a current member with MVFCU or become a member by opening a Share Savings acco  More...
  • 2. What are the current interest rates on consumer loans at MVFCU? Views: 178 Featured Content
    Please click the Consumer Loan Rate button above to view the most current MVFCU rates on consumer loans. Interested in applying? MVFCU offers a variety of consumer loan options to best suit your lifestyle. You can apply from anywhere, 24 hours a day, by calling (800) 976-5198 or by applying online by applying online . interest rates loan, personal loan rate
  • 3. How much money do I need to open a savings account? Views: 153 Featured Content
    $25 is all it takes to open your share savings account at MVFCU. This basic savings account qualifies you as a MVFCU member and entitles you to all the benefits and privileges of the credit union. Ready to become a member? Come in to one of our Community Offices today!
  • 4. What are the current dividend rates and how often do they change? Views: 150 Featured Content
    Click the Dividend Rates button above to view the most current MVFCU rates on various accounts. MVFCU dividend rates are updated weekly, traditionally on Wednesdays.
  • 5. What are the Fees Charged By MVFCU for Account Services, ATM Services and Any Other Service costs? Views: 76 Featured Content


  • 6. When is an escrow analysis performed? Views: 2062
    An escrow analysis is performed annually, to ensure sufficient funds are being collected to avoid escrow shortages and overages. During an analysis your loan servicer will obtain verification of your current required payments from your taxing authority or insurance authority, which may result in a reduction or an increase in the required monthly escrow amount. MORTGAGE
  • 7. How do I write in my account number for electronic transfers, direct deposit, automatic transfers (ACH), online bill payments, PFD filing, etc.? Views: 717
    MVFCU uses a 12 digit configuration format for account transfers/deposits. It is important that 12 digits (and 12 digits only) are entered when submitting your request, regardless of the number of spaces available. The first two digits of the 12 will be the account ID. The account ID information can be found on your monthly MVFCU statement or on MV Online for any active account you hold with MVFCU. This is a two digit number indicates where you want funds to go to or come from. For example: 0  More...
  • 8. What Is MV Guide? Views: 312
    Matanuska Valley Federal Credit Union's MV Guide provides you with a central location to find answers to your questions online 24/7. Convenient. Available. Easy-to-use. Check it out and let us know what you think! Find Answers : Quickly search our continually updated knowledge base to get answers to your questions and set bookmarks on information you want to refer to quickly. Need help finding what you're looking for? View our helpful Search Tips . Want to know when information in  More...
  • 9. Can I get a copy of my IRS 1099 tax form for tax purposes? Views: 301
    The 1099 tax forms are available for viewing/printing from MVonline for everyone that received the form in the mail. The IRS forms are located in the eStatements (History menu eStatements option) category. Click on the Tax Forms tab and select the form to view (last year’s forms are also available online). ***Please note that the forms online are the original data, any corrections will not be shown online.*** Requirements for viewing/printing: The member must be using one of the two ne  More...
  • 10. What should I know about pro-forma financial statements? Views: 254
    Terms of Use: Investors should always take the critical step of reading the financial statements of the companies they've invested in, or intend to invest in, because financial statements contain important corporate financial information that may not be readily apparent from news releases. Recently, some companies have put out press releases using so-called "pro forma" financial information to highlight what they claim are important portions of their actual financial reports. Investors should kn  More...
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