Credit unions are establishing phone hotlines, educational workshops, special loan programs, savings options and reduced fees.
By Missy Baxter|July 30, 2013 at 03:53 AM
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Since March, when the U.S. government’s across-the-board budget cuts began taking effect, credit unions in communities filled with federal employees have stepped up to help members cope with the consequences of sequestration, especially income loss.
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