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March 16, 2009
I honestly prefer a credit union over big banks. For me, a credit union is a lot easier to deal with compared to banks and the folks at Oak Trust in Plainfield, Illinois just make the experience even better. Check out their site at www.oaktrust.com
I honestly prefer a credit union over big banks. For me, a credit union is a lot easier to deal with compared to banks and the folks at Oak Trust in Plainfield, Illinois just make the experience even better. Check out their website at www.oaktrust.com
Since credit unions are exempt from Federal tax why doesn't this savings get passed on to the member? The Federal tax rate is 35% so should the NIM decrease by 35%? 3.5% vs 2.8% is only 20%. where does the rest of the savings go??? To the executives?
I AM A MEMEBER OF " COOPERATIVA SAN JOSE " IN PUERTO RICO. I WANT TO KNOW IF THE CREDIT UNIONS WORK THE SAME WAY OR NOT. WE ARE MEMBERS, WE BUY STOCKS IN WHAT MEMBERS CAN AFFORD. THIS IS NOT MANDATORY BUT IT IS BETTER, YOU GET A LOT OF BENEFITS IN DOING THIS. GET MORE DIVIDENS, MORE INTERESTS ON OUR MONIES, LESS INTERESTS IN LOANS, FOR WHAT EVER WE BUY. WELL IT SURE BEATS THE BANKS. IN PUERTO RICO THE "COPERATIVAS " ARE THE ONES WITH THE MONIES, BANKS DOWN HERE ARE AT THE BRINK. I AM MOVING TO SPRING HILL, FLORIDA, IS THE CREDITS UNIONS THE SAME WAY OR NOT. I HATE TO USE A REGULAR BANK. HELP!!!
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