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A half-century after he helped save public broadcasting, what can the TV icon, and my family friend, teach the credit union movement in its own moment of crisis?
Huge new reserves for the NCUSIF appear as if from nowhere while credit unions get peanuts from the corporate credit union bailout.
The NCUA board touts its payback to credit unions, but soaring reserves hide a different story.
Hike the Hill, demand change, join together to encourage state and federal lawmakers to step in and save the system from the regulators.
The regulator listens to no one but itself — keeping more and spending more while the FDIC shrinks. Now, the fund owners have the means to model the fund’s performance.
How will independent experts view the NCUA’s merger of the corporate credit union bailout leftovers into the share fund?
Creating future accounting fictions is at the core of the regulator’s rationale for paying itself more and returning less to credit unions.
Are you willing to get involved in saving the NCUA from itself and the credit union movement for future generations?
Keeping credit unions’ money for itself in the corporate bailout fund merger is the last straw — NCUA’s self-interest trumped its cooperative responsibility.
The NCUA does not need to keep credit union corporate bailout money, if the past is still prologue.
The benefits are endless!