Tax reform debate began in earnest for credit unions April 11, when representatives from CUNA and NAFCU were called to Capitol Hill to plead their case for preserving the industry’s tax exemption before a House Ways and Means Committee working group.
ABA, ICBA in town for conferences that have taxing credit unions high on the agenda.
Credit bureau says consumers adding less to credit lines, using less of what they have.
Fourth quarter figures show delinquency rate at lowest level since 1994. Economist cites home-related payment improvements, too.
What common bond does a website editor in Los Angeles share with a military-based credit union in Virginia?
At the time I received the job offer from Credit Union Times in 2000 I had also gotten an offer from a credit union in the marketing department. This popped in my head recently for some reason. I’d almost forgotten. I pondered how my life and career might be different...
Considering here what credit unions can do to keep at bay the what-might-have-beens.
Online banking's days on top are numbered. Technology writer Robert McGarvey lays out why in his latest Mobility Matters column.
A proposed change to a federal credit union’s sponsoring organization's membership has raised questions about whether the federal credit union’s field of membership will still meet NCUA regulations.
Reducing deposit fraud cases is an important goal at any credit union. At University Federal Credit Union, one incident in particular triggered the need for a new solution that would allow it to take a preventative approach against this common form of fraud.