This Opinion piece looks at the market and service opportunity the Affordable Care Act presents to credit unions.
State lawmakers pass bill that eliminates requirement for physical fee notice on machine in addition to electronic notice on screen.
State league launches program earlier this month.
Councils aim to promote synergy through uniting and energizing individuals and credit unions by sharing best practices, education and resources, the leagues said.
League says 1,331 accounts representing member savings of $1.1 million have been opened.
Republican state lawmaker faces former governor/senator Bob Kerrey in the fall to fill seat being vacated by Sen. Ben Nelson.
Three specialized groups formed, two more planned.
A group of nine Nebraska credit unions will roll out the “Save to Win” raffle program in three cities this week.
Short-term loans are in demand. According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, payday lender and pawn shop share prices jumped in October. Some credit unions are taking this opportunity to provide similar products, but at a lower cost and with a different philosophy in mind. While payday lenders encourage...
Members of six credit unions in Lincoln, Neb., will have another way to meet their need for short- term, low-dollar loans after their CUs joined together to start offering an alternative to payday loans offered elsewhere.