Eliminating the loan forgiveness program would save the federal government $27 billion over 10 years, according to Trump’s budget projections.
LAS VEGAS – A CU Direct executive discusses how fintech and mobility is changing the way credit unions do business.
LAS VEGAS - The Drive conference kicks off with tips on how credit unions can meet consumers’ shifting needs.
The Trump Administration's budget proposal cuts college loan programs and eliminates supplemental funds.
While GenXers and boomers are saving up to get out of the workplace, younger people are apparently being driven by FOMO—or fear of missing out.
CUNA economist reports that credit unions are on pace for record growth in 2017.
Consumers are more and more conflicted with saving for retirement or paying off student loans.
A draft of Trump's budget includes elimination of the "Loan Forgiveness Program." Credit unions have a possible solution.
Delinquencies continue to fall to new pre-recession lows, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Fifty-eight percent of credit unions said it's difficult to comply with military lending rules.