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Of Branches and Luddites

Technology facilitates convenience, but the human presence remains vital.
Tablets have the power to transform the branch and engage customers as never before.
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Ten Issues on the CFPB's Radar

What are the top compliance areas in the bureau's sights next year?
What are the top compliance areas in the bureau's sights next year?
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Seeking Good Fortune

Millennials worry about unemployment while baby boomers fear they won’t be able to pay off debts.
One-third of Americans worry about money all the time.
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Ups and Downs in Homeownership

The housing industry is improving, but many young adults are delaying their first home purchase.
Lenders, feeling constrained by costs and regulations, may be applying more conservative lending standards.
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Rewards Keep CU Cards ‘Top of Wallet’

As demographics change, consumers’ card reward preferences also shift.
Rewards programs are the top driver of which credit card tops a wallet.
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Where Does it All Go?

The thrill of payday is short-lived for many consumers.
Help members find opportunities to learn, save, and invest.
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Soak up the Sun, Sing in the Rain

Help members save for a rainy day.
Roughly one-fourth of consumers have no rainy-day fund.
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Tool Kit Provides a Blueprint for Success

Infuse Unite for Good best practices into your CU’s organizational DNA.
The Unite for Good campaign has propelled the movement toward achieving its shared strategic vision: Americans choose credit unions as their best financial partner.
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Be Ready For The Next Thing

Encourage members to use CU cards in digital wallets.
Encourage members to use CU cards in digital wallets.
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Digital Disruption: Bust or Blockbuster?

Transforming member relationships can be both good—and risky.
The digital transformation is changing how financial institutions interact and serve consumers.
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