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LevelUp Your Finances

Take your financial savviness to the next level.  LevelUp your personal finances with Deere Employees Credit Union’s Financial Education program.

We know you face important financial decisions everyday and we’re here to help!  When you LevelUp, you’ll be equipped with the critical knowledge and skills you need to make the financial decisions that are best for you.

LevelUp is an interactive learning program designed with your busy schedule in mind.  LevelUp your finances.  And best of all, the program is FREE!

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