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Plan for Sustainability

Five steps to help small CUs succeed.
Small CUs continue to report operational challenges.
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Build on Economic Momentum

An improving economy offers CUs challenges and opportunities in 2015.
Members will begin to move funds to higher-cost savings vehicles.
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How Was Work?

Labor market growth signals sustained hiring in the U.S.
Most promising employment sectors include nonprofits, information services, and insurance and finance.
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Summer's End Signifies Start of Strategic Planning Season

Expect more membership and loan growth, and ‘fatter bottom-line results’ in 2015.
Two important developments from 2014 will affect CUs in 2015 and beyond.
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Members’ Balance Sheets on the Mend

Member financial concerns discovered in CUNA’s National Member & Nonmember Survey.
CUs play a key role in advising members on how to navigate their financial difficulties.
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The Fruits of Our Labor

Employment is about much more than money; it equates to lifestyle choices and opportunities.
Research indicates a return of worker confidence.
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Navigate Today’s Economy Safely

The CUNA Economics & Investments Conference provides a road map to success.
The CUNA Economics & Investments Conference provides insight from CUNA's top economists on how credit unions can best thrive in the current financial environment.
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Consumers' Attitudes Are Still 'Mixed'

Unemployment is down, but many workers are underemployed.
Unemployment is down, but many workers are underemployed.
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What’s the Future of Interest Rates?

Expect a gradual return to interest-rate normalization.
The first Fed funds rate increase should take place in the middle of 2015.
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Our Employment Situation: What Is America Singing?

The employment picture is improving overall, but it remains fuzzy for young workers.
‘Job prospects for young high school and college graduates remain dim.’
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