Credit unions in the state of Washington may be the test case to watch as minimum wage hikes begin to spread from state to state.

Because their jobs typically pay above mandated minimums, credit unions there don’t expect an immediate and direct impact on payrolls, but will a higher minimum wage boost those already above the minimum? Will some members’ paychecks grow to where they may be able to afford a loan they couldn’t qualify for previously?


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