Yes, we offer a variety of solutions, depending on your personal situation. Visit our Financial Toolkit at www.sharepointcu.com/toolkit or contact a SharePoint CU Representative to find the right solution for you.
Yes, please visit our Financial Toolkit page to see how we can help. https://www.sharepointcu.com/toolkit
The minimum initial deposit required is $200. Once you open your account, you must maintain a balance of at least $200.
When using EasyVest, you create an investment account that invests in securities. Your account is not a SharePoint Credit Union share. The investment account is held at DriveWealth, LLC, a securities brokerage firm that is not associated with SharePoint CU. The account is managed by Access Softek Advisory Services, LLC, which is also not affiliated with SharePoint CU.
Star Choices traces its roots back to 1931 when it was established as the Minneapolis Star Employees Credit Union. Star Choice’s field of membership initially revolved around employees of the Star Tribune but now service Hennepin and Scott County communities. Star Choice serves over 6,160 members, primarily in the Twin Cities area, with a branch located in Bloomington. Star Choice has over $91 million in assets. To learn more about Star Choice visit www.starchoicecu.org
Since 1933, SharePoint has been providing financial solutions to consumers and businesses, including over 60 Partner Companies and their affiliates, as well as those who live, work, worship, attend school or conduct business in the Seven-County Metro Area. SharePoint serves over 21,287 members, primarily in the Twin Cities area, with branch locations in Andover, Bloomington, Burnsville, St. Louis Park, Medina, and Plymouth. SharePoint has over $300 million in assets. To learn more about SharePoint visit www.sharepointcu.com.
Yes, SharePoint and Star Choice members’ shares are backed by National Credit Union Association (NCUA), which insures savings up to $250,000. SharePoint also provides an additional $250,000 of Excess Share Insurance, insuring deposits for up to $500,000. For more details visit: https://www.sharepointcu.com/
When going through a merger, there are two different dates that guide the transition of two credit unions into one. The first date is the Legal Merger Effective Date (LMED) and the second is the Operational Merger Effective Date (OMED).
The LMED is in early March 4, 2024. This is the date that the financials of Star Choice become part of SharePoint’s financials. However, this is not the date in which all of the operational processes change. You will notice little to no change as of March 4, 2024.
As a Star Choice member you will continue doing business as usual until the OMED. The OMED will be performed in Spring of 2024. That is when Star Choice member accounts will be converted to the SharePoint system. Star Choice members will continue to utilize their current online & mobile banking, billpay, and branches etc, until the operational merge is complete. There will be communication throughout the transition process giving information on the change and guide members as to what they can expect. The goal is to make the merger as seamless as possible for the Star Choice membership.
Both credit unions utilize the MoneyPass surcharge-free network, with over 25,000 ATM locations nationwide. Visit www.sharepointcu.com or visit www.starchoicecu.org to find the closest ATM to your location.
Yes, call a SharePoint CU Representative to get started.
Most of our variable rate loan products have specific days on which the rate change takes effect. Before changing rates at SharePoint CU, the Wall Street Journal must update their money rates section with the effective Prime Rate.
Currently, our drive-thru's are open. We will continue to follow the progression of the coronavirus and make our decisions based on the recommendations of leadership, along with state and local government recommendations, and always in the best interest and safety for our members and employees. If anything changes, we will notify you. As always, Internet and Mobile Banking allows you full access to your accounts.
That will depend on the direction of leadership, along with state and local government recommendations; we want to ensure the safety of our members, staff and community.