Overregulation is not just choking credit unions, it is choking our economy.
Four years ago, our nation was thrown into the deepest economic morass since the Great Depression. No question, the situation was dire. People lost their jobs and their homes. Banks and companies closed. Government officials scrambled to help bolster our fragile economy.
NAFCU president asks Treasury secretary to intervene on behalf of credit unions.
With upcoming health care reform changes coming this fall, employers are facing a couple of major changes, and they should start preparing now.
The Labor Department’s long-awaited regulations on 401(k) fee disclosure are here at last, and the pressure is on.
Ideally, one of the end-of-the-year items that should be checked off the list for credit unions with member business loan programs is a review of policy.
A 1.4% decline in loans outstanding in 2010, modest 1.2% increase in 2011 at credit unions linked to how members feel about economy, jobs.
Of the 12.8 million people unemployed in January, 5.5 million had been without jobs for 27 weeks or more, the Labor Department said.
If John Worth worked at the United Nations, he might be helping delegates understand a language that is quite different from their native tongues.
Employers added 120,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate dropped slightly to 8.6%, the Labor Department reported Friday.