The Difference Between Banks and Credit Unions
 July 25th, 2016 4:00 pm    by CCCU

Credit unions are member-owned financial institutions that have a not-for-profit structure. Banks are typically for-profit corporations that are owned by their investors. When you put money into a credit union, you're actually buying shares of that credit union, making you part owner. The fundamental differences between a credit union and a bank are price and service. Across the board, products and services at a credit union are a better value and the number of employees per member are always