UPPER MARLBORO, Md. – NASA Federal Credit Union is looking to reach local entrepreneurs. The $650 million credit union has rolled out a Business Services offering that combines 20 products and services designed initially for small businesses. Products range from business checking and savings accounts to a variety of commercial lending products including equipment, vehicle and real estate loans. “It is a natural extension of service for us as we have members who are hanging out shingles at home offices and retired NASA workers who have started consulting,” said NASA FCU CEO Douglas M. Allman, “Our members were continually asking about it and as time goes on we plan to review their needs and refine our offerings.”

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