Posts Tagged ‘Banks Vs Credit Unions’

Credit Union Lovers Unite

Credit union lovers are being asked to fight efforts by the Big Bank Lobby (aka The American Bankers Association) to strip CUs of their tax-privileged status, among other things.

One of those “other things” are new rules being contemplated that would allow CUs to increase their small business lending…

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Banks Have Long Resorted to Bribery

Have you been receiving offers of incredible sums of money for opening a bank account recently? Banks started doing this some years back, and the amounts have grown from $50 to $100 to as much as $400 today.

This is nothing new; banks have been bribing new customers for years…

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Banks Continue to Beat Their Tired Drums on Credit Unions and Taxes

You would think that the commercial, for-profit banking industry would tire of endlessly calling for not-for-profit, member-owned credit unions to have their Federal tax exempt status revoked. But, alas, they keep on beating that drum.

One recent example of this practice was strongly countered by John…

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Study: Credit Unions Do Mobile Banking Just Fine

Forty two of the 50 largest credit unions offer customers just what they desire in mobile banking services, according to the results of a new survey from personal finance site GoBankingRates.

The company said it surveyed 1,500 people to find out which mobile banking features they use most often…

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