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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – The expansion of incidental powers opened doors for credit unions to offer many products and services they once depended on CUSOs to provide directly to members themselves. But this opportunity has come with a new set of best practices, and some CUSO experts say credit unions are still going through a learning curve when it comes to this.

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