The CFPB's proposed payday loan rules should enable credit unions to provide better small loan alternatives.
Readers are talking about everything from the credit union role in cannabis banking and Alabama One, to payday lending.
As the CFPB works to implement stricter payday loan rules, lenders reach out to Congress for help.
Gov. Walker vetoes a provision after CUs, banks say it gives payday lenders undue authority.
Study reveals 65% of payday borrowers have a credit card; 81% of high-interest student loan borrowers have a mortgage.
Detroit credit union CEO responds to CU Times' April 29 editorial cartoon.
Counting fees on payday-alternative credit union loans would put them over the DOD cap, Debbie Matz warns.
Consultant Jer Trihouse explains why guidelines could cripple the payday lending environment.
Agency's guidelines will make it impossible for service providers to operate in the payday lending space.
Credit unions take a reserved approach as the CFPB releases its initial payday lending guidelines.