Elements of Money® is designed for members ages 13-17 and combines the financial products and services teens need with real-world educational resources. Our teen program offers an interactive website with financial articles, podcasts, videos, and learning modules, a quarterly teen newsletter and social media contests for a chance to win prizes.
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EFCU's Routing & Transit Number for Direct Deposit or any other electronic transfer of funds is 263178070.
Please provide your full 10 digit Account Number when authorizing electronic debits or credits. Your full Account Number consists of: Leading zeros + Account Number + Check Digit
(Example - 000_ _ _ _ _ _ _) *5 digit accts will have 4 leading zeros & 6 digit accts will have 3. (Money Market accounts begin with "990")
If you have pre-printed EFCU checks, the Routing & Transit Number and 10 digit Account Number begin at the bottom-left of your checks, with the routing number listed in the first section adn the account number in the second.
If you need to obtain the correct 10 digit Account Number, please use the Check Digit Calculator below:
Check Digit Calculator
Select account type and enter your account number, then press "Tab" on your keyboard to calculate your check digit and full 10-digit account number.