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Listerhill Credit Union is a nonprofit financial cooperative improving lives in our community.

If you live in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, or Tennessee, you are eligible to become a member. Depending on your individual eligibility, we may require membership into an approved association at no cost to you.

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How to Protect Yourself from Fraud

Identity theft is on the rise, and there’s no better time than now to educate yourself and take steps to safeguard your personal information.

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How to Build Wealth in Your 30s and 40s

You've probably received a ton of financial advice at different stages of your life. Things like, "you should start saving as soon as you get your first paycheck!" But what if you haven't built up much—or any—wealth by the time you reach your 30s or 40s?

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How to Save Money Fast on a Low Income

Getting ahead can be hard when you don’t have much money to spare, especially when inflation means your basic cost-of-living expenses keep getting higher.

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How to Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rate

Credit cards provide instant access to borrowing that can make it easier to manage your monthly expenses and afford larger purchases.

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How Long Does a Balance Transfer Take?

Transferring your credit card balance from one card to another can allow you to save on interest and reduce stress with fewer monthly payments.

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How Much Money Should I Save for College?

College is an exciting but expensive stage of life. While student loans might seem like a simple way to pay for your tuition, you will be starting your career in debt.

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Are Credit Unions Better than Banks?

Navigating the world of personal finance can be perplexing, especially when determining which institution to entrust with your banking and financial needs. You have many possible options, including banks and credit unions.

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Helpful Hints for Finding Scholarships

The brink of freedom is near (sort of)! High school is almost over! It was a great chapter, but you’re probably looking forward to new adventures.

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Should I Use My Credit Card for Everything?
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How to Join a Credit Union in 3 Steps
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  • What are some factors to consider when choosing a rewards credit card?

    Determine whether you prefer cash back, travel points, or other reward types. Then, explore how and when reward points accumulate, if there are spending caps, and how easy it is to redeem your rewards. Financial institutions like credit unions tend to offer great rewards credit cards.

  • How can I compare credit card offers before making a decision?

    Carefully review rewards programs, like cash back or travel miles, when comparing credit cards. Also, consider the rewards rate, interest rates, annual fees, and any additional benefits the card includes.

  • What are the benefits of choosing a credit union's credit card compared to others?

    Our credit cards reward you for making purchases. They feature competitive interest rates and fewer fees than traditional banks. Members benefit from personalized customer service. We work closely with you to understand your financial situation and needs.

  • What if I prefer to make my payments through a pre-authorized automatic payment arrangement (ACH)?

    Please contact TruHome at 844-203-3642 to set up automatic payments or visit here to set them up yourself.

  • What if I prefer to make my payments through the Listerhill Mobile Banking app or Online Banking?

    Unfortunately, when the transfer occurs, mortgages will not be displayed on our app or in online banking, but we are working to bring that functionality ASAP.

    In the meantime, please visit here to view all mortgage information and payment options.