Spend & Save
Insure & Protect
Tools & Resources
Resources & Links
Your TFS Financial Consultant can help you sift through the many options to create a unique investment strategy. Investments >
Experienced TFS Financial Consultants are available to help with your investment needs. Make an appointment >
Travis Financial Services and LPL Financial – A partnership with you in mind. Visit LPL Financial >
Financial Wellness Blog
MyLife Tools & Resources
Events, Seminars & Community Education
Become a Member
Everyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in our 12-county area is eligible to join Travis.
Open an Account >
Apply for a Consumer Loan
Get the financial flexibility to do more and pay less. Apply >
Apply for a Real Estate Loan
Mortgages and Home Equity Financing for California, FHA \ VA, or Out-of-State loans. Real Estate >
Find a nearby Branch, an ATM or get directions to a location near you.
Find a Branch >
Are you looking for a way to cut costs and save money at your company?
Offering your employees membership in Travis Credit Union is a no-cost way to enhance your benefits package, which may reduce employee turnover and improve your bottom line.
By offering Travis Credit Union membership as a benefit you provide your employees with a low-cost alternative to traditional banking, as well as education programs to improve their financial well-being. As an employer, you know that employees experiencing financial difficulties are less productive.
Become a Travis Credit Union SEG
A Select Employer Group (SEG) is a business or organization that establishes a relationship with Travis Credit Union to provide financial services (and financial education) to its employees as an added benefit.
As a Select Employer Group (SEG) with Travis Credit Union, we will develop a customized partnership to provide valuable membership benefits and financial education to your employees. Travis Credit Union has relationships with many companies and organizations just like yours.
*Based on a two-member household in a 2008 study commissioned by Travis Credit Union and conducted by Dr. William E. Jackson III, Professor of Finance and Management at the University of Alabama, and former financial economist and associate policy advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.