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July 19, 2017

Remaining Relevant Through Leveraging Technology and Member Needs

As you are probably well aware, Apple’s® iPhone® turned 10 years old recently.  Of the many articles written to commemorate this occasion, a couple in particular caught our eye.  In iPhone Review Redux:  10 Years Later, So Slow, So Small (Source:  The Wall Street Journal), the author describes her experience trying to use an original iPhone for a […]

May 4, 2017

Strategic Thinking: Not Just Another Payment Competitor

A little more than 10 years ago, Apple® announced the creation of the first iPhone®. The ability to move seamlessly between phone calls, music, and browsing the web, all from a handheld portable device using our fingertips was a revolutionary concept at the time, and has forever changed the way consumers interact both at a […]

April 26, 2017

Trends in Auto Sales and Prices: Questions to Consider

Automakers have been informing investors for months now of a potentially difficult road ahead. Recent articles indicate trends that may present risks or opportunity to your credit union, depending on your situation. Auto sales have declined the first three months of the year with the current, seasonally-adjusted pace annualizing out to 16.6 million compared to 16.7 […]

March 30, 2017

Borrowing Trends are Changing…

Would you be surprised by who is actually borrowing from your credit union, or applying for loans?  A recent article in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) noted the growing trend of baby boomers moving into their retirement years completely unprepared from a financial perspective. The article states that “people in the U.S. ages 65 to […]

February 2, 2017

3 Common Lending Misconceptions to Avoid

In a recent blog, we posed 4 questions that you should answer about your lending experience.  Today, we want to drill down a little further into some common beliefs that have, more often than not, been disproven by the data. 1.  We prioritize service for our direct members. Do you think that the loans you make […]

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