In the digital age, with more and more members contacting their credit unions through the Internet or a mobile device, traditional branches can seem a bit quaint and old-fashioned.
The poor economy is forcing many banks and credit unions to consider downsizing their branch networks. And if downsizing is done correctly, it could be a godsend to the institution.
"If you listen to Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, there's been this concerted effort to blame me for things that happened when I was in the minority.
With credit unions and banks vying to be consumers' primary financial institution, how does the branch factor in?