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Obviously, credit unions exist on the premise that loans that go out to their members will be paid back. When that contract between lender and borrower is broken, most credit unions have a protocol on how to handle the default.

Here are some questions to consider when determining whether your current plan is the best one possible for the health of your credit union:

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