The 2-to-1 ruling was issued this morning.
Grassroots advocates captured the attention of Oregon’s legislators with a strong message about the structure, value and impact of credit unions. Key legislative leaders and Governor Kate Brown praised credit unions for leadership and impact.
NWCUA members can play key roles in the Association’s efforts to emphasize the structure, value, and impact of credit unions in 2014 by joining one of 10 committees and task forces. Applications are due by Nov. 4.
Northwest credit union executives are in Washington, D.C., this week to meet with U.S. representatives and senators as part of Northwest Credit Union Association’s “Hike the Hill” program.
The Truth Speaks: Resources to Help your Members Tell Congress to Preserve the Credit Union Tax Structure
Why do credit unions have a corporate tax exemption? Every credit union member and employee should be able to articulate the reasons. Data supporting the exemption is borne out in three NWCUA studies—an economic analysis and community investment reports for Washington and Oregon credit unions.
The NWCUA and a delegation of Northwest credit union advocates meet in Washington D.C. this week with key stakeholders in the Congressional tax reform discussion.
Now is the time for credit union leadership to educate boards, staff, members and legislators about the structure, value and impact the credit union charter delivers to the members and communities served. The credit mnion message is supported by strong data.
If any Oregon legislator did not already understand the value proposition of credit unions, they are now all fully aware after yesterday’s Credit Union Day at the Capitol, an event that brought nearly 300 credit union advocates to Salem.