After I graduate, I will be working for a big company with their own credit union. Would it be advantageous for me to switch to this new credit union or should I stick with my old credit union which is based out-of-state? My parents still live there – how long can I stay with the old credit union?

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Posted by Madison (MONEY FORUMS: 4, Answers: 0)
Asked on March 12, 2016 9:06 pm
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I like Anne’s advice. Overall, unless you are going to move back home, or your parents are going to need easy access to your account, then it is probably better to switch to your employer’s credit union. You shouldn’t have any ATM fees, etc. and if something goes wrong, they are right there if you need help.

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Posted by Beth Tallman (MONEY FORUMS: 1, Answers: 61)
Answered: March 13, 2016 3:34 pm
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I think you should check and see what network of credit unions your current credit union is connected to. Are there many CUs in the location that you will be moving to that are connected to your current CU? Also, check to see if there are employee benefits of the company credit union.

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Posted by Anne Stillwagon (MONEY FORUMS: 4, Answers: 3)
Answered: March 13, 2016 3:18 pm