Take charge of your financial future!

The source of many financial concerns is a lack of knowledge about how to manage finances. Facing debt, paying taxes, planning for retirement – people experience a variety of situations with their money. Vantage West is proud to offer Financial Literacy Workshops, designed to address a number of financial topics.

Financial Counseling »

Get free one-on-one financial counseling*.

  • Have you bounced a check more than once in the last 12 months?
  • Have you been denied credit?
  • Is it difficult to pay your bills each month?
  • Do you regularly pay bills after the due date?
  • Have you delayed receiving health or dental care because of the number of unpaid debts you already have?
  • Do you regularly borrow money from friends or family to cover your bills?
  • Have you received calls from creditors or collection agencies in the past six months?
  • Do you struggle to make the minimum payments on your credit cards?

If you answered “yes” to any of these, you might benefit from talking to a financial counselor.

Visit a branch to schedule an appointment with a Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor. Get budgeting tips, learn how to improve your credit score, and more!

Financial Resources »

  • We partner with the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) to bring you a one-stop financial information center, The Financial Resource Center. Access financial news (and stay in-the-know with an RSS feed), media clips, calculators, and more!
  • Get your money working toward your financial goals without sacrificing the present with Money Mix:  Launch Your Life. It’s a free collection of financial tools and articles geared specifically for the opportunities and challenges young adults are facing today.

*Certified Credit Union Financial Counselors provide a confidential money management review. Vantage West Credit Union is neither licensed by the State of Arizona, nor the federal government as a credit counseling agency. Members may be referred to one or more credit counseling agencies as needed. Financial Counselors do not give tax or legal advice and should in no way be interpreted or relied upon for such advice.