When we say that credit unions offer consumers better deals on loans and savings, we have the numbers to prove it. When we say that credit unions are safe and sound, we can corroborate that too. And when we say credit unions offer members a voice in their financial institution, we have our universally democratic, cooperative structure to back it up.

But when we talk about credit unions' commitment to financial literacy, the evidence is largely anecdotal.

We think it's high time to change that–to drop the anecdotal for the quantifiable.

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