HONOLULU-Hawaii State Federal Credit Union has made the holidays happier for its members by returning $2 million in the form of bonus dividends and loan interest rebates. “This is the tenth consecutive year that we’ve been able to return money to members and we are one of the few credit unions in the nation that continues to do so on a yearly basis,” said Deborah Kim, Hawaii State FCU president. “We realize the important role that our members play in the credit union’s success, and are fortunate to be able to reward them for their loyalty and continued patronage.” Since 1996, Hawaii State FCU members have received more than $30 million through this bonus dividend and interest rebate program.

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