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I have a question. I know some people who feel that U.S. banks may soon collapse, and they have put their money in foreign bank accounts. Would a Credit Union lower the risk of money loss if the banking system went south?

James L. Paris

Depending on how large a collapse may be you may still lose money at a credit union as well, but comparing them side by side credit unions as a category seem to be much more prudently managed than most banks. Our focus on the option of credit unions has been mostly about saving money on fees, etc... vs the various schemes the banks have going to charge on everything from A to Z.

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