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ARTICLES BY Bailey Reutzel

By Bailey Reutzel | Oct. 15, 2012

Spokane Teachers Credit Union’s onboarding program was such a success for indirect members, the credit union implemented it for all new members.

By Bailey Reutzel | Oct. 15, 2012

Credit unions can increase productivity by switching to a fingerprint scanning system.

By Bailey Reutzel | Oct. 15, 2012

Credit unions still have an opportunity to capture dissenting consumers from large banks, even a year after Bank Transfer Day and the Occupy Movement.

By Bailey Reutzel | Oct. 8, 2012

MECU supports Habitat for Humanity with interest-free loans and financial literacy help for new homeowners.

By Bailey Reutzel | Sept. 24, 2012

Environmentally friendly Vermont State Employees explores loan options to help members retrofit their homes for savings.

By Bailey Reutzel | Sept. 24, 2012

Waterbury CT Teachers relies on a small, highly-trained staff to cultivate loan growth while keeping overhead low.

By Bailey Reutzel | Sept. 19, 2012

Consumers without credit histories present credit unions with opportunities to lend credit cards and teach healthy plastic habits.

By Bailey Reutzel | Sept. 17, 2012

With a bright new look and a focus on convenience, TruChoice FCU establishes itself as a financial institution with a clear purpose.

By Bailey Reutzel | Sept. 10, 2012

Dominion Credit Union believes contactless payments will be a necessity for future members, but it is taking innovation one step at a time.

By Bailey Reutzel | Sept. 10, 2012

When a debit or credit card won’t cut it, reloadable prepaid cards offer a way for credit unions to build relationships with the sought-after Millennials and Generation Y.