Treasury Department Federal Credit Union
of Washington, DC has
25,720 members and assets of $147 million.
The credit union, opened in 1935, has 45 full time employees and 2 part time employees
, or 559 members per employee, compared to a national average of 455.
Treasury Department is classified as a multiple common bond, primarily federal, state, local government credit union.
Automation: Treasury Department credit union features home banking services on an Internet website, lets you use phone access for checking your account and provides ATM access to your account.
Electronic services include apply for a loan, check account balances, share draft orders, loan payments, see your account history, transfers and online bill payment.
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