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Below will be the links to the news items that we recently posted on our home page. Also below are links to recent press releases we have sent out or received.

December 2014 Items

  • Donovan Details Reg Relief Plan: CUNA's SVP Ryan Donovan explains CU regulatory measures and vows for "aggressive" battle for relief in 2015 in recent video. More►
  • Holiday Club Accounts: In Montana, helping members plan and save for the holidays highlights the value of credit unionsMore
  • Can the Board Control Data Breaches? This week's A Direct Line blog discusses data breaches from the board's perspective. More►It's Expensive to Not Have Financial Services : A new report estimates that underserved consumers spent $103 billion on fees and interest charges in 2013. More►
  • Invest in Credit Unions, Millennials: Nerdwallet encourages millennials to use (and trust) credit unions. More►
  • Failure, Future, and Cooperative Finance: Two i3ers write about what they leaerned through Filene's program. More►
  • LA Times on Credit Unions: "Joining a credit union is a simple way to invest in a community." More►
  • VITA in Montana : Montana volunteers and credit unions make free tax help possible. More►
  • Loan Growth Highest Since 2006: According to NCUA call report data, third quarter numbers very positive. More►Retailers Need to Share in Costs: New video and toolkit gives credit unions resources to take breach-effect message local. More►
  • 113th Congress in Final Week: CUToday.info takes a quick look at what's on the docket. More►
  • aSmarterChoice.org: Make sure to guard against identity theft this holiday season. More►Encouraging News on the Data Breach Front : A federal judge rules that the lawsuit against Target will go forward. More►
  • Giving Beyond #GivingTuesday: A team of charitable giving experts offer their tips and insight. More►
  • A Direct Line: This week's blog offers four lessons for combatting internal fraud drawn from CUNA Mutual Group loss reviews.
  • Lending Continues to Climb : CUNA's monthly estimates report that credit union loans increased again in October. More►
  • Planning to Grow in 2015?: Third Degree Marketing lays out four ways to prepare for growth next year.
  • A Direct Line: This week's blog offers four lessons for combatting internal fraud drawn from CUNA Mutual Group loss reviews.
  • Giving Tuesday! : Credit Unions extend "People Helping People" Spirit on #GivingTuesday. More►
  • Are You Lending to Millennials?: The Raddon Report outlines the lending opportunties Millennials offer. 
  • CUNA Announces National Desjardins Awards: Winners exemplify excellence in financail education -- for kids, youth, and adults. More►
  • Lax Security and Lack of Concern: NPR's All Things Considered reports on data security breaches and merchants' response. More►
  • Everyone Loves Cash: 53% of participants in a recent survey selected "cash" as their first choice for gifts. More►

Click on the links below to access articles from past months (starting with August 2013).

 

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