Let's talk about your employee financial benefits.

Deere Employees Credit Union (DECU) offers world-class membership to employees at John Deere Dealerships. Positioned as a no-cost employee benefit, we can help you add value to your employee benefits package, helping your employees to be financially fit.

What is the most common cause of stress?

59% of employees said that financial or money matters caused them the most stress.

DECU can help.

  • Financial matters
  • My job
  • Relationships
  • Health concerns
  • Other

Benefits to Your Dealership

  • Help your employees set individual financial goals
  • Financial health improvement for employees
  • On-site or WebEx benefit meetings
  • Investment & retirement planning services
  • Financial educational seminars:
    • Home buying
    • Budget building
    • Credit score
    • Identity theft

Benefits to Your Employees

  • Best in Market Rates
  • Owner Participation Account
  • Full menu of financial services
  • 24/7 access to your money

We know we have many benefits available to us, but may not know what they entail. Partnering with Deere Employees Credit Union, was very beneficial for our company. Tennessee Tractor, LLC enjoys having DECU meet our employee’s needs. Learn More.

ASHLIANNA OWEN HR MANAGER  TENNESSEE TRACTOR, LLC.

We have partnered with DECU since 2017 and have found value that goes beyond their competitive rates! They truly want to make a positive impact on our team members’ financial lives. Thank you for your partnership, education, excellent products and service.

TERRI HANSON WELLNESS COMMITTEE MEMBER  R.D. OFFUTT COMPANY/RDO EQUIPMENT CO.

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