Working Hard To Make Sure Congress Says No To Banks and Yes To Consumers On This Issue
An important distinction between credit unions and banks is that credit unions are consumer-owned cooperatives. The cooperative structure and mission of credit unions means that different tax laws apply. The banking industry continually looks for opportunities to introduce legislation that would impose new taxes on credit unions.
Learn more about the impact new tax laws could have and how credit unions are the best alternative for consumers from John McKenzie, President of the Indiana Credit Union League.