Posts Tagged ‘Millennials and Credit Unions’

Using a Credit Union as Your Primary Banking Source

US credit unions lose “primary” status with many older Millennials, according to a new report from the credit scoring experts at FICO.

FICO surveyed young adults, finding that 20 percent of 18-24 year-olds say they use a credit union as their primary financial.

Data shows 18-24 year…

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It’s Time to Switch to a Credit Union

A new report from FICO finds that Millennials (adults aged 25-34) are more open to changing banks than members of older age groups. This should be good news for U.S. credit unions.

According to FICO, Millennials say fees (low balance, ATM, etc.) are the top reason Millennials switch…

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