Auto/Home insurance is offered through TruStage’s partnership with Liberty Mutual to help you save. Contact Sandra Scavello, our local Liberty Mutual Agent and CorePlus Credit Union member who is passionate about protecting and saving money for fellow members. To learn more about how to get the savings and service you deserve click here.
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All of us at CorePlus Wealth Management look forward to serving you.
The CorePlus Wealth Management Services at CorePlus is staffed by Holland Rajaniemi, who can help you map out a personal financial management program.
To set a no-cost, no-obligation appointment, call Holland Rajaniemi at (860) 885-3680, or email at [email protected].
CorePlus Wealth Management Advisor
CorePlus Credit Union
202 Salem Turnpike
Norwich, CT, 06360
Over the last five days the media has reported that two large U.S. Banks have been seized by regulators. Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Signature Bank are both ranked among the top 30 banks in the U.S. by asset size. We recognize that headlines concerning these bank failures are troublesome and that you may have questions regarding the safety of your deposits at CorePlus Federal Credit Union.
SVB and Signature Bank were niche banks that dealt almost exclusively with large business depositors that kept large balances well above FDIC insurance limits. SVB had 3% of its deposits covered by the FDIC while Signature had 6% covered. CorePlus is very different than these banks; 96% of our deposits are insured by the NCUA. CorePlus is financially strong. We are considered well capitalized by the NCUA and manage our balance sheet to ensure sufficient liquidity. In addition, CorePlus posts strong earnings quarter after quarter and maintains a healthy loan portfolio with low delinquency.
Understanding share insurance is important. Deposits are insured up to $250,000 per depositor by the NCUA. Members with more than $250,000 on deposit can be covered for much larger amounts of insurance if their accounts are titled properly. If you would like to discuss how to qualify for greater insurance limits, please call us at 860-886-0576 or stop by any branch office. You can also log into www.mycreditunion.gov and use the share insurance estimator to determine your insured level based on your balance and account structures.
If you would like to discuss your concerns with a member of our management team, please call us at 860-886-0576 and we will direct you to the proper person.
Raymond J. Currier
Raymond J. Currier, EVP/COO
When you choose to bank with CorePlus, your deposits are safe. The National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund insures member funds up to $250,000 per individual depositor in federally insured credit unions, like CorePlus Credit Union.
To learn more about how your funds are protected, view the video below:
Shred Days are back at CorePlus with three opportunities for you!
These events are held in partnership with Infoshred as a way to protect individuals from identity theft, a growing concern. You may bring personal documents, financial records, credit card statements, insurance forms, canceled checks, bank statements and tax preparation worksheets to be shredded. These events are open to the public – you do not need to be a Member to bring documents to be shredded. To serve as many people as possible, please limit your volume to 3 boxes.
Date: Saturday, April 8, 2023
Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm
Location: 67 Lathrop Road, Plainfield, CT 06374
To keep our employees safe, we ask that you stay in your car at all times. Please open your trunk when you arrive and an Infoshred employee will remove the documents to be shredded.
On-Site Shredding, or Mobile Destruction, is for people who prefer their material be shredded prior to being removed from their facility.
Infoshred is the only vendor in New England to be certified by NAID for secure On-site Document Destruction. Infoshred offers confidential document shredding in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.
Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut is now accepting applications for homes in Gales Ferry and Norwich only, between March 1-31, 2023.
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help families build a place to call home. They believe affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.
Learn more about Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut by visiting www.habitatect.org and be sure to click the button below to view Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut’s March Program Flyer!
Here's what you should know prior to applying:
Prior to submitting a homeownership application please ensure that you are in Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut’s service area, which includes all of New London and Windham counties, and six southeast towns in Tolland County. Applicants are required to live in Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut’s service area. Visit www.habitatect.org/homeownership/service-area for a complete list of towns in the service area.
- Go to www.habitatect.org/homeownership to learn more about the program and eligibility requirements.
- Starting on March 1, 2023 you can click on the “Application” button on the website and begin the Applicant Information Meeting (AIM). After you watch the video and complete the survey, you can download a pre-qualification application.
- The deadline to attend the AIM and submit your completed application is the end of the day on March 31, 2023.
Available homes are located in Gales Ferry and Norwich.
As active participants in the building process, eligible Habitat homebuyers are:
- In need of better housing.
Potential homebuyers might be dealing with poorly made, unhealthy or inadequate housing; unaffordable rent; homes inaccessible for their disabilities or damaged by natural disasters; or have other shelter needs.
- Willing to partner with Habitat.
Habitat homebuyers put in hundreds of hours of “sweat equity,” which means they help build their own home and the homes of others in the Habitat for Humanity house building program, or volunteer at a Habitat ReStore. These prerequisite hours may also include classes in personal finances, home maintenance and other relevant topics to help ensure capability for the demands of owning a home.
- Able to pay an affordable mortgage.
The income requirements are based on HUD’s annual income levels and determine the applicant’s ability to afford a monthly mortgage payment and other costs associated with homeownership. Habitat and/or the USDA offers homebuyers an affordable mortgage. Those payments are then cycled back into the community to help build more affordable homes.
Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut has pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunities throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin