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The $89.9 million Family Advantage Federal Credit Union, located about 30 miles south of Nashville in the small town of Spring Hill, Tenn., received word from the NCUA that the agency granted the credit union a charter expansion from two counties to 14.

In the announcement from FAFCU on Wednesday, officials said the charter and membership eligibility expansion goes beyond its historical two-county footprint of Williamson and Maury Counties and pushes the charter to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Perry, Wayne, Hickman, Lewis, Lawrence, Giles, Marshall, Bedford, Lincoln, Moore, Coffee and Franklin Counties.

Michael Ogden

Editor-in-Chief for CU Times.

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