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Are you curious how much money you’ll save with a Texas Trust auto or home loan? Worried about saving for college? Visit our Advice site for access to interactive calculators, polls, quizzes, and articles to help build your brighter financial future.

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Texas Trust exists for one simple purpose.  To help build brighter financial futures.  Our members are our friends, neighbors and business leaders, and we've been helping them to live brighter since 1936. Due to our commitment to service so great our members will brag about it and a "can do" attitude, Texas Trust has grown into a network of neighborhood branches with assets worth well over a half-billion dollars.

Despite our phenomenal growth, we maintain the spirit of a member-owned, personal finance cooperative with the same small-town, friendly service we've offered our members since we opened our doors.  Serving the counties of Dallas, Tarrant, Henderson and majority of Ellis and Johnson counties, Texas Trust is ready to show you what living brighter is all about.

Jim Minge

Jim Minge
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Your savings are federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government. Pursuant to Texas Credit Union Department Rule 91.315, documents relating to Texas Trust's finances and management are available by calling 972.263.5171. All member service issues please call 972.263.5171. USA Patriot Act Requires IDENTITY VERIFICATION for all new accounts. Some links in this site may direct you outside of the Texas Trust Credit Union website. Texas Trust is not responsible for the content displayed on these other websites.