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Credit unions that have restructured loans for struggling members no longer have to pay the price on their financial performance reports. That’s because a final rule released in May by the NCUA, which applied GAAP standards to the reporting of delinquent restructured residential mortgage loans, included a provision that released credit unions from reporting troubled debt restructured loans as delinquent until the borrower had made six months’ worth of consecutive, on-time payments. 

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