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From cheering on the Chiefs to chowing down on barbecue, KC is our hometown. As your local credit union, we have a suite of products and services you’ll love, like Chiefs Checking with cash back, a High Interest Savings account that makes more for your money, and some of the lowest auto loan rates on the block. We live KC. We breathe KC. We are KC.

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Profit Payout

Over the past seven years, we’ve returned over $48 million to our members. That’s an average of $94 to qualifying households. Earn or grow your share today.

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Wealth Management

Manage your portfolio with the Official Wealth Management partner of the Kansas City Chiefs.

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Auto Calculator

How much car can you afford? How low can your monthly payment go? We’ve got answers.

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Go paperless and say goodbye, countertop clutter. Hello, digital organization.

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Rates

First Time auto loan as low as 13.74% APR

It's Time for the FAFSA | CommunityAmerica

It’s Time for the FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is your starting point for paying for college. $120 billion is awarded each year through the FAFSA to students through grants, work-study programs, and low-interest loans.

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Untap Your Potential with a Relationship Review

Have you ever bought something only to get a coupon the next day? Few things are more frustrating than feeling like you’ve missed out on cold hard cash. And that’s one of the reasons why we wanted to make sure you know about our wallet-fattening, goal-reaching, totally free CommunityAmerica perk: Relationship Reviews.

5 Ways to Cut Down Your Budget

5 Ways to Cut Down Your Budget

Don’t forget to go back and revisit every few months to make sure you’re not spending unnecessary money. Here are some examples of places you could trim your budget.

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