New Hampshire Federal Credit Union: Your money. Your choice.

You will find some of the best rates for savings and loans in New Hampshire at New Hampshire Federal Credit Union (NHFCU), as well as the lowest overall fees. New Hampshire Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution that has been serving its 20,000 members since 1941, with current assets approaching $250 million. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we are owned by the people we serve: the employees and family members of more than 150 employers throughout New Hampshire. For the last three years, New Hampshire Federal Credit Union has been voted the “Best Credit Union” by (Concord Monitor) readers.The credit union philosophy is “people helping people.” The money you deposit in New Hampshire Federal Credit Union is the money we use to loan to other members – most often your co-workers and neighbors.The interest repaid on loans funds the dividends for your savings and pays our operating expenses. You even have a say in how our organization is run by electing our volunteer board of directors. New Hampshire Federal Credit Union is committed to helping people improve their finances and their financial well-being by teaching practical, applicable skills. We reach Concord’s youth through the CU 4 Reality Financial Literacy Program*, in addition to our other classroom efforts that reach middle- and high-school students. We also offer free seminars on a variety of financial topics to our employer groups, with subjects like identity theft, credit card management, building a budget, saving and investing, and more. New Hampshire Federal Credit Union, serving more than 150 employer groups statewide. To find a complete list of the employer groups we serve, visit To find out how to offer New Hampshire Federal Credit Union as a free benefit to your employees, contact Polly Saltmarsh at or (603)224-7731, ext. 158.New Hampshire Federal Credit Union 70 Airport Rd Concord NH 03301 (603)224-7731 (800)639-40397 K Mill Rd Durham NH 03824 (603)868-2085 (800)*in partnership with America’s Credit Union Museum.