Thursday, April 16, 2009
Newspaper notes 'growing movement' toward credit union credit cards
When looking out for their financial needs, consumers are turning more to credit unions because they save consumers money, a newspaper columnist said this week.
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel noted "a growing movement towards banking with your local credit union" in an article about managing credit card debt.
The savings come through credit cards with lower interest rates. Credit unions' not-for-profit nature allows them to offer lower rates on cards, which allows consumers to pay back their balances quicker and get out of debt faster--making the cost of credit less expensive, the paper adds.
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Read the complete column, "Stick it to the credit card companies. Here's how!"