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Lending on the Mend
November 1, 2013
The 2014 lending forecast is as optimistic as it has been for a few years.
Lending in 2014: What’s in Store for CUs?
October 30, 2013
The emerging opportunity: First-time home purchases by generation Y.
SafeAmerica CU Lends Expertise to Members
October 25, 2013
California CU doesn't just provide loans, it outlines the entire process and advocates for members.
Economy is ‘Recovering, Not Recovered’
October 21, 2013
New-auto lending continues to be a bright spot for many CUs.
An Education in Member Business Lending
October 14, 2013
Business lending isn't for everyone, but it can reap big rewards for CUs that understand the complexity and risk.
Students are Flunking College Financing 101
September 15, 2013
Three-fourths of aspiring college attendees say they’ll need a combination of federal and private loans, family money, and jobs to pay for tuition.
Student Loan Debt May Slow Home Buying
September 9, 2013
Consumers with student loan debt tend to have lower credit scores than those without.
Regain Your Share of Members' Loans
August 17, 2013
Dedicate more resources to analyzing loan denials.
Treat Card Portfolios Like a School Dance
August 16, 2013
Too many CUs treat revolving credit like car loans—the proverbial “one and done.”
Don’t Pinch Pennies on Credit Lines
August 8, 2013
Adjusting credit lines requires continuous monitoring of members’ credit scores.
Credit Union Magazine
May 2015 digital edition
USPS financial services possibilities include CU partnerships
The Office of the Inspector General for the U.S. Postal Service has issued a report examining the possibilities of the USPS offering affordable financial services products, with credit unions included in the mix.
CU warns college students about ‘card cracking’
Michigan State University FCU has spearheaded a campaign to raise awareness about a scam that’s becoming more popular state and nationwide.
ATM card data theft keyed to skimming
Criminals are using an old--but effective--technique to compromise debit cards used at ATMs, and their success has led to the highest number of attacks on card data in roughly two decades.
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