As credit unions hunker down in defense of their federal tax exemption, theindustry does have one thing in its favor. There are no knownenemies among leadership on the House Ways and Means or SenateFinance Committees.

In fact, committee leaders have spoken in support of the creditunion tax exemption, and some have also co-sponsored industrybills.

“They have a history of being friends,” said NAFCU VicePresident of Legislative Affairs Brad Thaler of those who willshape tax reform during the 113th Congress.

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