January 18th, 20192818
The partial federal government shutdown -- which began Dec. 21 -- has become the longest in American history.
As many of the approximately 100,000 federal employees in Georgia went through their first pay cycle without compensation, more and more credit unions have reached out to help suffering members.
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December 27th, 2018635
Despite growing financial comfort, Georgia credit union members don’t appear to be slipping back into dangerous consumer patterns evident across the country just before the Great Recession of 2008.
As of the third quarter of this year, 2.2 million Georgians belonged to a credit union;that’s about 21 percent of the state’s...
November 8th, 2018018This story ran in Credit Union Journal on Nov. 7.
A number of former credit union executives and directors have good reason to smile on Wednesday.
Overall, politicians with ties to the credit union industry had a good night during Tuesday's election. Roughly a dozen people with a connection to credit unions won races for the U.S....