Whether promoting community service, financial literacy or special loan rates, some credit unions really know how to talk turkey.
A Sept. 11, 2013, story in Credit Union Times (Small Business Owners’ Plea to Credit Unions: Earn My Business) reported on a focus group of small business owners, who generally concluded that credit unions are having a hard time serving their needs compared to banks.
Long Island credit union invests in community with three-year scholarship in honor of former board member.
Long Island small business experts came together to talk economy, growth and the findings from a small business survey from Bethpage FCU.
Spring has sprung. Play ball! Here are seven credit unions that are doing just that in their marketing strategies.
Business owners see personal, local, national economies perking up.
Despite what almost everyone agrees is the deep importance of the topic, credit unions have become largely ambivalent about reforming the secondary mortgage market and uncertain about potentially disrupting a system which seems to be working well, according to executives with credit union organizations familiar with the issue.
Municipal Credit Union in the city, Bethpage FCU on Long Island among those hunkering down.
Credit union claims Long Island's largest VITA effort, completing 1,517 returns last year.
New York's largest credit union cites new asset, net income highs, membership and lending jumps.