Retirement Focus

What Makes a Credit Union Different? [Infograph]

January 9, 2019
by Team SESLOC

What makes a credit union different? Find out:

Infograph — Credit unions are financial instituitions, federally insured by the NCUA, not-for-profit, member owned, governed by a volunteer board of directors, community headquartered, and cooperative. Banks are federally insured by the FDIC, for profit, have customers, owned by shareholders, have a paid board, are often distantly headquartered, and competitive.


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