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Dupaco’s MoneyMatch is a special savings account and educational program designed for lower-income individuals and families. It helps participants achieve financial stability and save for wealth-building assets by matching their savings contributions dollar-for-dollar, up to $2000*.

Dupaco’s MoneyMatch is a great program for individuals who are looking to: Purchase a vehicle to expand job prospects, Pursue post-secondary education or training, Attain homeownership, but lack enough savings, or Start a micro-business and are ready with a business plan.

The MoneyMatch program is a team effort.

The MoneyMatch saver and their assigned Dupaco coach will work together for a minimum of six months to ensure regular deposits are being made and necessary education requirements are complete prior to their MoneyMatch purchase.

MoneyMatch applicants must meet the following guidelines:

Learn how you can take control of your money each monthMust have earned income.

Dupaco MoneyMatch: Must be 18 years or older.Be at least 18 years old.

Buy a homeHave a household income of 300% or less of the applicable Federal Poverty Level at the time of application.

Additional guidelines:

  • Participant household may have no more than $20,000 in net asset wealth upon enrollment (not counting one home or one automobile).
  • Applicant must be, or be able to become, a member of Dupaco.
  • Applicant must meet the qualifications for loan approval at the time of asset purchase and receive any applicable asset financing through the credit union.
  • For a full list of eligibility guidelines, please refer to that program’s specific guidelines:

Does MoneyMatch sound right for you?

Download and print the application and participation agreement by clicking Apply.

Apply

Have questions? Need assistance?

Contact Emily Kress, Communication Specialist, at 800-373-7600, ext. 2780 or ekress@dupaco.com.

* MoneyMatch and other individual and family empowerment programs are made possible by the Dupaco R. W. Hoefer Foundation.

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