The Judicial and Justice Federal Credit Union is a cooperative, nonprofit financial institution chartered by the Federal Government in 1950. It is owned and operated by its members.
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Benefits of a Credit Union
Members are generally given better than average dividends, compounded quarterly on savings, and competitively low interest rates are charged on loans. Since there are no outside stockholders to pay, all earnings after operating costs and reserves, are paid to the members in dividends. For more information...