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TruStage Insurance: Simple. Straightforward, Designed to Fit your Budget

Insurance is part of a solid financial plan. From finding a policy that fits your budget to making sure your coverage is adequate, dependable insurance can help give you peace of mind today and financial relief when you need it.

Backed by more that 80 years of working with credit unions and their members, you can count on TruStage to help protect what matters most – with products and programs for life, car and home, accidental death and dismemberment, and more.

To get quotes or just explore your options, visit TruStage.com

© Copyright 2017, TruStage. All Rights Reserved. TruStage® insurance products and programs are made available through TruStage Insurance Agency, LLC. Life insurance and AD&D insurance are issued by CMFG Life Insurance Company. Auto and Home Insurance Program are issued by leading insurance companies. The insurance offered is not a deposit, and is not federally insured, sold or guaranteed by your credit union.

Insurance products include:

TruStage Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance
TruStage Auto & Home Insurance Program
TruStage Life Insurance Policies

Member Services Information Telephone 888-888-0375

First Community Trust

First Community Trust, insuranceThe Family Credit Union has an established agreement with a credit union endorsed trust company, First Community Trust.  The professionals at First Community Trust have years of experience in trust, retirement, and investment services, and will work with you to carefully design a strategy to meet your specific objectives. For complete details, we can help you arrange a no-cost, no-obligation consultation with a First Community Trust Officer located in the Quad City area.

Services Available Include:

  • IRAs / 401(k) Rollovers
  • Investment Management
  • Retirement Planning
  • Estate Planning
  • Living / Revocable Trusts

More Info: First Community Trust

The above product offerings: (1) are not federally insured; (2) are not obligations of the credit union; (3) are not guaranteed by the credit union or any affiliated entity; (4) involve investment risks, including the possible loss of principal; and (5) if applicable, are being offered by an employee who serves both functions of accepting members’ deposits and the selling of non-deposit investment products.