Reframing the U.S. credit union tax exemption discussion at the CU Water Cooler Symposium.
WASHINGTON — Optimism about saving tax exemption in the air heard at CUNA's “Don’t Tax My Credit Union” event at Credit Union House.
CUNA is leading a “Don’t Take Tax My Credit Union” national online rally with focus on delivering the ‘Don’t Tax’ message to Washington.
Eight hundred phone calls last week made to lawmakers about keeping the tax exemption.
If the credit union system learns anything from the tremendous grassroots and social media outreach being driven by the Don’t Tax My Credit Union campaign, it’s this — credit union members care about their membership.
Rep. Linda Sanchez, a member of the House Financial Services Committee, expressed her support in an editorial in California league's magazine.
Trade group says thousands of tweets, posts and messages went out and traffic even stalled website for a brief period.
You may have heard rumblings about the credit union tax exemption being up for debate yet again. It’s a debate we’ve seen before and a cause we’ve defended before. Unfortunately, the so-called controversy never really left us. Time and again, banks have tried to use the argument that credit unions...
This Opinion piece from NAFCU President/CEO Dan Berger also argues that the tax exemption is crucial to the industry's existence.
CUNA Mutual's more than 60 summer interns participated in the company's lobbying efforts in favor of keeping the credit union tax break.