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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 at CommunityAmerica Credit Union

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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College & Career Planning

Let our College and Career Planners create a customized roadmap to assist you in the college planning process.

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High Interest Savings

Maximize your savings with an outstanding 4.00% APY on balances up to $1,500. That’s nearly $58 per year.

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Cashback Free Checking

Enjoy 1% cash back on the first $500 of your monthly debit card purchases. That’s $60 a year for business or pleasure.

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Key Resources to Help College Students Save Money

Practical Tips to Help College Students Save Money

The good news is there are plenty of places to find great discounts or help for college students.

4 Questions to Ask When Using an Emergency Fund

4 Questions to Ask About Your Emergency Fund

Despite our best efforts to budget, there will always be a time when something unexpected arises. While it may seem impossible to budget for the unpredictable, there’s actually a solution: an emergency fund.

Dusting Off Dollar-Cost Averaging

Dusting Off Dollar-Cost Averaging

Dollar-cost averaging is where you invest the same dollar amount on a consistent basis regardless of price. One of the most common examples of dollar cost averaging is your 401(k) plan at work.

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