The Effect of Returned Mail at Credit Unions

2.5% of all First-Class Mail® is returned. That may not seem like a significant amount. I assure you that it is. In the volume that credit unions send statements, notices, forms, and other documents, thousands of envelopes may be returned each month.

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Financial Wellbeing Starts with the Car Loan and Doesn’t End There

According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, transportation expenses are the second largest discretionary spending in a consumer’s budget. The industry is so large, it’s one of the few nationwide ‘trillion dollar’ industries. (Healthcare, food, and housing are the other three.)

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3 Ways to Improve Your Digital Member Experience

In the early days of the pandemic, researchers were already hard at work. They wanted to see the effect our socially-distant lifestyle had on banking. Some of their findings were alarming—even though they’re right in line with what we expected.

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