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Credit unions frustrated with the time and expense it takes to complete the NCUA’s 5300 Call Reports will be able to share their complaints with CUNA. The credit union trade association said it is planning to launch a brief survey within the next week or so that will allow credit unions to grade the call report process.

Developed by Mike Schenk, CUNA’s acting chief economist, the brief survey is designed to measure the impact of both NCUA’s 5300 call reports and its credit union profile report, Form 4501A.

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