You may have heard rumblings about the credit union tax exemption being up for debate yet again. It’s a debate we’ve seen before and a cause we’ve defended before. Unfortunately, the so-called controversy never really left us. Time and again, banks have tried to use the argument that credit unions...
This Opinion piece from NAFCU President/CEO Dan Berger also argues that the tax exemption is crucial to the industry's existence.
Keep it simple, stupid.
Two more Washington lawmakers have come out in favor of credit unions’ tax-exempt status.
Could it be that when it comes to connecting with members and creating a brand that’s different from the big bank on every corner, it’s really simple?
Process "feels very fluid right now," lobbyist says after news of private meeting between administration, House and Senate leaders
Michigan, Montana congressmen kick off trip next week in Minnesota.
A working group report on tax reform delivered to the the House Ways and Means Committee May 6 was overall good news for credit unions, but it included some recommendations to scrap the tax exemption, too.
A thousand signatures in first 12 hours, says Rep. Camp and Sen. Baucus.
House panel does say this about credit unions vs. banks: "Most of those differences have disappeared over time."