Please be aware that when you access another web site through a link from the NICCU website, you are leaving the NICCU website. NICCU does not operate the following websites nor are we responsible for the content on them. Other websites may have privacy and security policies that differ from ours. Finally, should you enter into any type of agreement or contract with a company from a site linked to ours, NICCU will neither represent you (the member) or the third party provider.
Links to state and national credit unions
Iowa Credit Union League – Offers credit union news and information for Iowa.
National Credit Union Administration – Offers credit union news and information on a national level.
Credit Union National Association – Offers legislative updates, general credit union information, Credit Union Magazine , and more.
The Credit Union Homepage – Offers state-by-state as well as national credit union information.
Links to vehicle pricing and history information
NADA – This site is widely used by consumers in evaluating their vehicles worth. The NADA value of the vehicle is generally the value the credit union uses in the loan decision-making process. You can use this link to look up values for free.
Kelley Blue Book – This site provides dealer invoice and manufacturer’s suggested retail pricing information regarding new vehicles. Kelley Blue Book also provides pricing information for used vehicles which may be helpful if you are purchasing a used vehicle or assessing the value of your own vehicle for sale or trade-in purposes.
Carfax – A Consumer’s Guide to buying a quality used vehicle. You can check the history of the car you are looking to purchase for salvage, flood, manufacturer buyback, and odometer roll back. You can purchase this service directly or we can get a report for you at a discounted rate at the credit union.
Edmunds – This site provides Car and Truck pricing, road reports and various other information on vehicles.
Protecting your money:
Federally Insured. The National Credit Union Administration is the federal agency that insures credit unions, much in the same way the FDIC insures banks. They cap their coverage at $250,000 per depositor, per institution, for each account ownership category.
Keeping your personal information personal
Financial companies choose how they share your personal information. Federal law gives consumers the right to limit some but not all sharing. Federal law also requires us to tell you how we collect, share, and protect your personal information. Please read this notice carefully to understand what we do.