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« Reply #30 on: December 20, 2017, 09:19:07 am »



Nice!   I have been a member for a long time and I actually kinda like that new building.  Looking at it from the outside, though, I wonder if it will be big enough for a long time.  They are growing fast...  

We voted on that name change - it is a change from just a state credit union to Federal - now has FDIC type coverage as well as some other tax benefits they talked about and I promptly forgot- all seemingly positive, so don't need to keep all that clutter of all that detail in my head.

Now, if they would just get business accounts that worked more like a bank's... I would never have to step in a bank ever again!   Holy Grail of local financial interaction!   But there is the Shared Branch Co-Op system, which is better than any national bank approach!!




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