Consumers living in Washington DC and its surrounding area have the highest monthly payments in the nation for bills that include credit card, car loan and lease or mortgages, according to Experian.
A recent segment on ABC's "Good Morning America" shined a spotlight on the credit unions difference.
Guest Blogger David Morrison of Credit Union Times' staff explains why credit union credit cards are so darn good from various points of view in this post.
Some programming savvy and a slick piece of software are helping the IT staff at Alabama Telco Credit Union make its Topaz signature pads do more than just record signatures at the teller line, its chief technologist says.
The positive press about credit unions continued this morning during a segment on ABC's Good Morning America.
House conferees turned down a proposal that would place car dealers under the purview of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Credit unions absolutely can and should make mortgage loans, according to a longtime CU executive, but in order to do so they need to get serious about the product.
Banks in Georgia appear to have offered better average rates on 15- and 30-year mortgages as credit unions take the lead on car loan rates.
For my column last month, instead of sharing my thoughts I decided to reach out to some of my Gen Y peers to see why they chose their financial institutions.
While Georgia credit unions had better average rates on car loans, the state's banks offered better deals on their 15- and 30-year mortgages.