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Credit Unions vs. Banks

Benefits of Credit Unions - How are They Different?

Credit unions are member owned, not-for-profit cooperatives. They exist to serve the needs of their members and offer the same types of products and services you would find at a bank. All credit unions and banks have one thing in common: they use the deposit balances of their members/customers to make loans. 

Member vs. Customer

Not-For-Profit vs. For Profit

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