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Finding hope amidst disaster: How your credit union can help

Finding hope amidst disaster: How your credit union can help

Losing their homes and possessions to the flooding that engulfed Knott and Letcher counties was catastrophic enough for scores of eastern Kentuckians digging through the wreckage that was their lives. Forget about the last century’[...]

Inflation shows how credit unions can help members

Inflation shows how credit unions can help members

A new poll from the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) Healthy Minds Monthly found that the ongoing COVID pandemic may not be the biggest worry Americans are facing in 2022. Anxiety stemming from inflation and [...]

Credit union industry in Ukraine endures despite Russian invasion

Credit union industry in Ukraine endures despite Russian invasion

While it’s true the credit union movement has challenges facing us here in the United States in 2022, we always keep a continuing eye out for our international community. In war-torn Ukraine, unfortunately, the [...]

Are we failing our kids in financial literacy?

Are we failing our kids in financial literacy?

The spirit of financial literacy and its advocates can come from anyone, anywhere. And in 2022, we need as many proponents as we can get. Whether they’re champions of financial health like QCash or [...]

Digital alternatives a necessary solution for the underbanked

Digital alternatives a necessary solution for the underbanked

According to the Federal Reserve, approximately 63 million Americans are either underbanked or unbanked. For the underbanked, specifically, even if they are a customer or credit union member they rarely if ever do business with [...]

Creating avenues to financial inclusion for Latino communities

Creating avenues to financial inclusion for Latino communities

The Latino community represents 18 percent of the American population, according to a 2020 joint study between Harris Poll and Univision. That number is projected to grow more than 50 percent over the next decade. [...]