Purdue Federal Provides Benefits for Select Employee Group Employees

Purdue Federal Provides Benefits for Select Employee Group Employees

At Purdue Federal Credit Union (Purdue Federal), the team’s priority is helping people with their whole financial picture—from education to products and services. It’s the reason the credit union earned the 2022 Best of Northwest Indiana Business and Forbes 2022 Best-In-State Credit Unions honors.

Purdue Federal achieves this goal by providing benefits for employees of its Select Employee Groups (SEGs) in Northwest Indiana. Local businesses, schools and organizations can become a Purdue Federal SEG for free. Plus, it makes SEG employees eligible for Purdue Federal membership and the following benefits:

  • Free onsite or virtual financial education sessions on popular topics like how to set a budget and understanding credit scores
  • Complimentary one-on-one financial counseling
  • Competitive deposit and loan rates
  • Robust digital services
  • Nationwide branches and ATMs through Purdue Federal’s credit union networks

“Building relationships with businesses, schools and organizations in Northwest Indiana is at the heart of what I do every day,” said Purdue Federal Account Vice President Business Development Matt Scheuer. “It’s well-known that financial stress impacts people’s productivity, health and relationships, so I am happy to help organizations provide valuable resources, products and services to their employees.”

Leaders and Human Resources professionals who are interested in signing up their business or organization as a Purdue Federal SEG should complete an interest form at PURDUEFED.COM/SEG, or reach out to Matt Scheuer at 219.742.3289 or mscheuer@purduefed.com. Individuals who want their employer to becomes a SEG can contact Matt Scheuer directly or notify their Human Resources department.

“While this might seem like a lot of information about a partnership with Purdue Federal, there is one key point to remember – This partnership, and all of the benefits associated with it, come at no cost to the employer,” said Scheuer.