first_imgNAFCU’s advocacy team is closely monitoring the Trump and Clinton presidential campaigns and continues to advance with both the need for regulatory relief for the nation’s member-owned credit unions and to preserve credit unions’ federally tax-exempt status, association President and CEO Dan Berger said Monday.“NAFCU has met with both presidential campaigns seeking the candidates’ support for the more than 103 million Americans who rely on credit unions to meet their financial service needs,” said Berger. “As these campaigns proceed, we will continue our efforts to advance specific relief from onerous rules that are driving up costs for credit unions with no clear benefit to credit union members.“In addition, we remain focused on ensuring lawmakers and the next president understand the value credit unions bring to their members and to the nation’s economy as a whole.”Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump discussed his economic plans Monday before the Detroit Economic Club, where Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will return Thursday to do the same. continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

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