Washington was embroiled in a game of fiscal chicken at the end of the year. Unemployment is high at 7.7%. The 2.5 million people who are unemployed but so discouraged that they’re not actively looking are unchanged from 2011.
Tax relief law gives break to amounts forgiven by lenders when mortgage is modified or home is list in foreclosure or sold in short sale.
Third-quarter figures for federally insured credit unions last week were welcome news and the result of a lot of hard work by credit union professionals around the country. Certainly not a gift, though we all appreciate those (iPad2, please), but something to savor because you’ve earned it.
Credit unions and consumers deserve the gift that keeps on giving – burgeoning membership and expanded services, including small business lending.
ICBA exec calls NAFCU letter to senators supporting the package bill "obscene."
NAFCU, CUNA leaders tabbed as top lobbyists by The Hill.
Here's an audio-visual roundup of some of the best speakers and ideas shared at the CU Water Cooler Symposium held Oct. 4-5 in Nashville, Tenn.
At the Credit Union Enterprise Risk Management conference earlier this month, a senior official at the NCUA declared that the agency is taking a more qualitative approach rather than quantitative in its examinations. Tim Segerson, deputy director of the Office of Examination and Insurance, acknowledged that credit unions that don’t...
The question of whether or not the Federal Reserve went far enough or too far in capping debit card interchange in accord with the Durbin amendment went before a U.S. District Court Judge recently.
How to turn the good ship NCUA around is among questions pondered in this week's column from Sarah Snell Cooke, Credit Union Times' editor/publisher.