Credit unions are dealing with a lot these days: margin squeeze, rising delinquencies, Treasury’s Blueprint ideas and competition to name a few items. Not to add to credit union woes, but I’m dedicating this column to five things credit unions don’t want to hear–or read.

-Credit union executive salaries will be disclosed, and sooner rather than later. With the disappearance of group 990 filings for the IRS, nearly all state-chartered credit union executives’ salaries will be out there for the world to see this year; shortly, as in next tax season, the group filings will vanish entirely.

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