Credit unions in Iowa and Nebraska have ties to failed health insurance exchange.
Some small credit unions are deciding not to offer group health insurance to employees, according to the 2014-2015 CU Staff Benefits Report released by CUNA Nov. 13.
CUNA report says credit unions with fewer than $20 million in assets cut the most benefits.
Learn why some states lag behind in jobs and how credit unions there are coping.
Lack of savings, emergency funds top the list of concerns, according to a National Foundation for Credit Counseling survey.
Employers with more than 100 employees must offer insurance or pay a fine of $2,000 per worker by January 2015.
Fourteen percent of 55- to 59-year-olds are self-employed.
For some credit unions, a stronger insurance product and service offering is worth the time and expense.
Young and middle-aged adults share what they find appealing when it comes to financial institutions and employers.
CFPB regulations limiting loan originator pay have leveled the playing field for credit union recruiters.