Credit Union Times Magazine March 23, 2011

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  • Budget Buddies Helps Low-Income Women Pull Out of Poverty

    The inaugural graduating class of Budget Buddies, a nonprofit organization that provides low-income women with innovative financial training to help move them out of poverty, received their diplomas earlier this month at Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union’s headquarters in Lowell, Mass.

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  • N.H. CU Offers Person Financial Management, iPhone Apps

    iPhone mobile banking apps and a personal financial management solution are new offerings from the $1.8 billion Service Credit Union in Portsmouth, N.H.

  • WikiLeaks Has Prompted Little Change in Security, Survey Says

    A vendor at a major security conference in February found that the massive WikiLeaks document dump prompted conversation but not much else.

  • Fiserv E-Billing

    Millions of consumers in New York and New England can now receive their power bills online through the e-bill distribution service from Fiserv Inc., if their financial institution is one of the more than 3,000 on the Fiserv bill-pay network.

  • Share One Signs Five Credit Unions

    A Memphis, Tenn. core processing CUSO said it will be converting five more credit unions to its platform in 2011 and handling the system conversions created by six mergers involving two current clients.

  • Dwolla P2P Lands First Credit Union

    The $95 million Premier Credit Union in Des Moines, Iowa, is the first customer to commit to using the new person-to-person payments platform from hometown startup Dwolla.

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