Since before the turn of the century credit unions have been looking for a legislative win. Something that will not only improve our charter but also show that we can get proactive legislation passed. With the proposed MBL bill, we had the perfect legislation at the perfect time.
Government hopes 254,095 health insurance agents and brokers will sign up to work with the new federal health insurance exchange system.
Says if a renewed focus on strengthening Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid is not taken seriously, the middle class will not have enough to retire.
The insurance industry is warning a new tax in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will cost consumers thousands in rising premiums.
With all the buzz around the fiscal cliff, what tends to get overlooked is a tax that will definitely take effect in the new year.
As a financial adviser specializing in retirement planning and retirement income planning, I work every day with baby boomers. So, I am acutely aware of members’ concerns about the current economy and its impact on their future needs.
If you offer health savings accounts, chances are baby boomers will be familiar with key basics before they approach the credit union.
Competition is one the cornerstones of the business and economic world. Merriam-Webster defines competition “as the efforts of two or more parties acting independently to secure the business of a third party by offering the most favorable terms.”
How members view their retirement plans in a new economy presents not only an opportunity but an obligation for credit unions to fulfill.
With the futures of Medicare and Social Security main topics in this year’s election, baby boomers are surprisingly more concerned about another issue.