Credit Union Times Magazine March-25, 2009

News

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Marketing

Special Report

  • Employer Health Care Benefits Take the Long-Term Path

    A recent Hewitt Associates report finds that when it comes to health care benefits, employers are taking a more long-term view by focusing on programs with an eye on improving employee health and productivity.

Opinions

Editor-in-Chief's Column

  • Be Careful What You Wish For

    Credit unions serve a great purpose. Credit unions step in for many to offer a hand up when consumers have been back-handed by other financial services providers. Credit unions don't serve "the man." They serve the people.

Columns

  • CUs Fear NCUSIF Premium Impact

    Credit unions fear that the NCUA's decision to levy premium to shore up the NCUSIF will result in an already difficult year becoming even worse.

Opinion

Quotes Worth Quoting

  • QUOTES WORTH QUOTING

    "I think in this environment with economics being the way they are, people are trying to cure things at the macro level.

People

  • PEOPLE

    Members 1st Federal Credit Union, Mechanicsburg, Pa., announced that Melody Schaefer has been named business deposit services sales officer.

Other

  • What do you think should be done about mark-to-market accounting?

    U.S. Central's $1.2 billion other than temporary impairment and the NCUA's resulting insurance levy on credit unions have spurred discussions regarding the now-controversial mark-to-mark accounting standards.

  • COMMUNITY EVENTS

    Neighbors Credit Union, St. Louis, recently organized a team to take part in the walk now for autism at Forest Park.

  • SCHOLARSHIPS

    DuPont Goodrich Federal Credit Union, Nederland, Texas, recently devised a way to offer all high school and college students an opportunity to earn scholarship money.

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