FCCU Podcast — Let's CU Succeed

Let's CU Succeed is here to help our listeners achieve financial success, while having fun along the way. This podcast features financial tips and tricks, community involvement spotlights, fun stories told by our employees and everything in between.

What is a podcast? Basically, a podcast is an audio program, just like Talk Radio, but you can subscribe to it on your smartphone and listen to it whenever you like.

You can listen to the podcasts listed below on Apple, Spotify, Anchor, Google Podcasts and other podcast platforms, or be sure to subscribe to our podcast!

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Housing Market Update

On this episode of Let's CU Succeed, we talk with Cody Clark, Mortgage Loan Officer in Bismarck. Cody gives us an update on what the housing market looks like right now and what you should expect if you are planning to buy a home in 2024. Thanks for listening!

Grow Your Money with a CD

On this episode, we talk with Keyera Vannett, FSO in Mandan, about Certificates of Deposits, how they work and what the current rates are (as of 12/18/2023).

NOTE: rates and terms are subject to change, this podcast is for informational purpose only.

Credit Card Do's & Don'ts


On this episode we sat down with Josh Fettig, Financial Services Officer in Bismarck, to talk about Credit Cards. Credit Cards can be intimidating but they don't have to be. If used properly they can help improve your credit score, provide rewards and protect you from fraud. Josh breaks down all the pros and cons of credit cards in this weeks episode Let's CU Succeed. Thank you for listening!

Marriage & Money: A Conversation We Should All Be Having


On this episode of Let's CU Succeed we talked with Nate Medhus, Fargo Market VP, and his wife Kerri. Nate and Kerri run a divorce care counseling class through their church, both having gone through it they are now using their experiences to help others. Believe it or not, finance plays a large part in a healthy relationship and while money isn't everything, it is very important to make sure you have healthy conversations about it. Nate and Kerri did a great job in this podcast explaining what works for them and what didn't, how you can potentially prevent problems from ever arising in the first place and much more. Just about everyone can find a take away from this one.