More than 100 credit union professionals attended CUNA Governance, Risk Management and Compliance Leadership Institute and learned to combine vital credit union processes and stimulate long term organizational growth.
Although they are barely in the first stages of recovery from destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey, leaders of the Cornerstone Credit Union League are already overwhelmed with the outpouring of support they have received from the credit union system.
After more than a decade of filing complaints about errors--and getting nowhere--consumers are about to get relief. Under a new agreement, credit rating agencies will be required to conduct independent reviews of complaints, correct the reports and change the way they treat medical debt (PBS News Hour March 9).
Aging has its perks, in the form of some outstanding discounts. For example, the National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands senior pass costs $10 and gives adults age 62 and older lifetime access to 2,000 parks and recreation areas.
You've heard the pitch: "If you've been turned down for credit, we can help!" If you have blemished credit or lack a borrowing history, it might be tempting to fall for an unsolicited credit card offer, but be careful. These cards likely will only worsen your financial situation (The New York Times Feb. 5).
Entrepreneurship can be rewarding at all life stages, from the young adult years to retirement and beyond. But before you invest your time, energy and resources into the entrepreneurial unknown, make these four money decisions to ensure you reach financial success.