Of the 30 employees at Autotruck Federal Credit Union, several of them have been working there at for least 25 years.
SAN ANTONIO — The economy will improve slightly, but consumers will continue to be cautious about spending and talking on new debt, CUNA's top economists said at a session during America's Credit Union Conference.
The National Consumer Law Center has issued a report that is critical of the fees many unemployed people have to pay because their states put unemployment benefits on cards.
This year, 57% of American consumers plan to spend as much or more than they did last year at the holidays -compared with 54% last year-according to a survey released by CUNA and the Consumer Federation of America.
Consumers are still reluctant to take on credit but credit unions saw a slight increase in outstanding consumer credit, according to data released by the Federal Reserve.
General experience indicates that 'husky' girls-those who are just a little on the heavy side-are more even tempered and efficient than their underweight sisters." This gem of advice comes from the "1943 Guide to Hiring Women."
The SEC has proposed rule amendments to help clarify the use of target date funds, which are typically tied to a date an investor is set to retire.
Consumer prices fell 0.1% last month, the Labor Department reported today. It follows six months in which prices either increased or were unchanged.
Although 290,000 new jobs were created last month, unemployment increased to 9.9% because of an increase in the size of the labor force, the Department of Labor reported today.
Americans saw little change in what they paid for key items as prices increased by 0.1% last month, the Labor Department reported today.