Buying a Car
NADA Appraisal Guides offers a full range of vehicle pricing guidebooks and CD-ROMs which are the most accurate pricing tools available. Be prepared for any buying, selling or trading transaction with accurate information on dealer lots, private party sales and auctions.
- Fuel Economy
Gas mileage (MPG), greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution ratings, and safety information for new and used cars and trucks.
- Car Loan Rates
- Car Loan Calculator
Maybe you want your child to receive a college education and don’t have the funds to pay tuition or other educational related expenses. Stop in and visit with our lending team - send them out the door with ease. Dakota Plains Federal Credit Union - Lender Code 100305.
Planning for college
- CU $ucceed
Do you have a question on a financial topic or need a little help learning to manage your money? Call or come by the Credit Union. We'll be glad to help!
Congratulations on your engagement and forthcoming wedding. Planning an occasion as big as this can be stressful financially – stop in and let us helps to ease those burdens!
Buying a House
You may find that you don’t have enough income to make a large purchase such as a home. Maybe you own a home but need to make repairs or improvements. Whatever your immediate need, we offer or members a variety of personal loans and financial options:
Having a Baby
Congratulations on that little "someone new" - This surely is a happy and exciting time for you - May your baby bring you joy beyond compare.
Start that new little someone one out with a PeeWee Penguin savings account at Dakota Plains Federal Credit Union.
- Pee Wee Penguin - Young Savers Club
Play cool games, or read about Pee Wee's adventures. You can also check out our savings calculator, or if you’re feeling artistic print out one of our coloring or dot-to-dot pages.
- Pee Wee Penguin Savings Rates
Planning for Retirement
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, an easy rule of thumb is that you'll need to replace 70 to 90 percent of your pre-retirement income. If you're making $50,000 a year (before taxes), you might need $35,000 to $45,000 a year in retirement income to enjoy the same standard of living you had before retirement. Think of this as your annual "cost" of retirement. The lower your income, generally the higher the portion of it you will need to replace. For more information, see the U.S. Department of Labor publication, A Guide to Your Money and Your Financial Future.
Stop by Dakota Plains Federal Credit Union, where we can start you out right for those golden years.