Digital small dollar lending programs can help creidt unions give their members access to tools that can improve their financial health.

How Cash Flow Data Can Boost Members’ Financial Health

In the last couple weeks, QCash Financial advocated for credit unions to adopt a digital small dollar lending program for their 2021 budgets. There’s never been a more critical time to pull out all the stops and market these important assets to help your members achieve the liquidity and take the steps toward financial health […]
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How to Protect Against the Debt Trap

This past summer, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) relaxed regulations on predatory payday loans and other high-interest-rate lending. A surprising move during a global pandemic recession, this ruling further endangers the financial health of some of America’s most vulnerable communities. Until these protections are restored, payday alternative loans (PAL) and other small dollar loans […]
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Why Small Dollar Lending During COVID-19?

Near the beginning of 2020, the first cases of COVID-19 hit the United States, eventually bringing with them not only the most deadly pandemic since the H1N1 pandemic of 1918 (the “Spanish Flu”), but also the deepest economic recession since the Great Depression. Our country has been hit with the twin terrors of a deadly […]
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Credit Unions And Members Benefit From Cash Flow Management

No one at this point remains unaware of the devastating effects, financial or otherwise, COVID-19 has left in its wake after merely eight months. We find ourselves dealing with social distancing, wearing masks, and the all-too-natural urge to wade into the uncertain waters of public spaces during these hot summer months.  The fact is, no […]
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CX, FinTech, and FinLit: Credit Union Trends To Look For In 2020

There were some cliffhangers to end 2019 going into 2020 in the small dollar loan industry. From credit unions’ slow-but-steady cloud adoption strategies, fintech, and marketing automation. And who can forget the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s pending decision to rescind its own underwriting “ability-to-repay” requirement. Like any forward-thinking credit union leader or executive, you have […]
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