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credit union

noun as in cooperative savings and lending institution

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That bar excludes large lenders, including Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase, while opening up the program to about 5,000 small lenders including community banks, credit unions, and farm credit institutions.

Stuckey received the first payment into her credit union account without any problems last April, but now she is seeing the “status not available” message on the IRS website when she checks her account.

In the brick and mortar category, local banks and credit unions tend to be a safer choice when it comes to fossil fuel funding.

Other than the police guarding its entries, the hospital could be any other low-slung building on the street, where it sits across from Town Fair Tire, Subway, a Citizens Bank branch and a credit union.

Perdue has received donations from the trade group and, as a senator, has helped loosen regulations on credit unions.

The executives at Coastal Federal Credit Union in Raleigh, North Carolina, certainly believe in the technology.

REI is, in fact, a cooperative owned by its members—much like, say, the Park Slope Food Co-Op, or a credit union, or a kibbutz.

Lehrer hopes to bring a similar attitude to other policy areas such as entitlement reform and credit union deregulation.

Yet the Credit Union National Association singled out Christian for the impact she is having on its member institutions.

The Credit Union National Association, a D.C.-based advocacy group, recently surveyed 5,000 credit unions across the country.

A credit union may be organized by any seven or more persons with a share capital the par value of which shall not exceed $25.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to credit union, such as: lending institution, banking concern, cooperative credit union, savings institution, and thrift institution.

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