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U.S. Central’s $1.2 billion other than temporary impairment and the NCUA’s resulting insurance levy on credit unions have spurred discussions regarding the now-controversial mark-to-mark accounting standards. Credit Union Times asked credit union financial managers their thoughts about the art of accounting and what they think should be done about mark-to-market accounting.

Peter Westerman

Credit Union Times

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