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  1. // League Highlights

    Podcast from the League of Southeastern Credit Unions

    I love to go to league meetings. It is a chance to really connect to credit unions and see what they are thinking and what is working for them. Next week I will be right here in Orlando for the League of Southeastern Credit Unions Annual Convention. I spent many years working for credit unions in Florida and know many of the folks from here. So it is always good to catch up.

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    CU Tomorrow Conversation #2: Goals, Assessments, & Focus Groups

    If you missed last month’s session with Filene’s Ben Rogers, don’t fret. Jeff Purvis sits down with Filene’s once-Young Adult Driver, now-Director of Research (congrats on the promotion, Ben) to discuss Filene’s latest findings on how to build accountability, measure success, and create a culture of listening, growth, and improvement around your Gen Y initiatives.

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    Executive Monograph – Invest in Youth & Young Adult Members

    California has been hard hit by the current economic downturn. Credit unions and their members have been impacted. USA Federal Credit Union’s President and CEO Mary Cunningham used the recession as a learning experience for herself and team by learning through adversity. USAFCU has taken a proactive approach to protect institutional reserves but also expand and grow. With an average member age of 53, the credit union leadership recognized that, like many credit unions, they were not attracting younger members. Join us to hear from Mary how her credit union has aggressively pursued member growth by attracting and serving younger members.

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  4. // Loans & Credit

    Podcast: How to Steer Clear of Predatory Car Loans

    88% of Americans drive to work. Access to affordable and reliable used cars is a real need for low-wealth families trying to get ahead. Non-prime (thin file or low score) borrowers often turn to high cost loan providers such as buy-here pay-here stores to purchase cars. Oftentimes, these cars are of poor quality and cost far more than their book value.

    Credit unions should lend to more non-prime borrowers because…

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    Podcast: NCUF talks to Net Impact on Sustainable Consumer Finance: Issues in America Today

    Low-income Americans pay as much as $11 billion in fees every year to unregulated, for-profit financial services companies.

    Listen to this Issues in Depth Call with Steve Delfin and Lois Kitsch to learn how responsible financial institutions are fighting back and lightening the load for American families.

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    Podcast: Why VITA Sites are Vital with Jim Drogue

    Is your credit union interested in setting up a VITA site for the community? Learn how they work, who to partner with, and how they save CU members and others money during tax time.

    NCUF’s Steve Bosack interviews Jim Drogue, Vice President of Credit Union Development at the Wisconsin Credit Union League about Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites.

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