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As the sun sets on 2016, the scramble to meet year-end financial goals – and set new goals for 2017 – kicks into high gear for many credit unions. It’s not an easy task when there are just a few weeks left in the year, especially if credit union managers are also putting in extra hours trying to formulate new goals for the coming year.

But for managers who have conquered the goal-setting process, this is the time to shine. Four executives at goal-smashing credit unions share how they’ve optimized their calendars, decided what’s worth doing and prevented year-end goal glitches.

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