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# Credit Unions

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Moneylender Provident writes off Irish customers' debts ahead of market exit
A new public banking system in Ireland? The Government is being asked to revisit the idea
Credit Unions urged to sign up for micro-loan scheme aimed at steering people away from moneylenders
Credit unions are to be given more freedom to compete with moneylenders, so what would this mean?
Credit Union in Kilkenny fined €210,000 for failure to protect members' savings
Poor oversight and staff wins: Central Bank finds major issues with credit union prize draws
One in four adults are living in an unsuitable home but can't afford to move
Credit unions want to shake up the mortgage market and they've €400m to lend
So what brands are Irish customers having the best experience with?
60% of parents going into debt so their child can go to college
Sending a child back to school costs over €1,000
Less than 10% of credit unions affected by rules limiting how much you can save
Credit union at the centre of €700,000 fraud probe got €750,000 stabilisation in 2011
Gardaí investigating €700,000 missing from Dublin credit union
Credit unions got no official government response to their €5 billion housing offer
The next step: Charts show financial strain Irish parents face as their child goes to college
Could credit unions be on the way out? They're said to be under 'sustained attack'
Is the Credit Union going to start doing mortgages?
Credit union 'lent €3.1 million for five years with no interest or payments'
Which counties are the biggest spenders in Ireland this Christmas?
Are Credit Unions and An Post teaming up to take on banks?
Credit unions say they knew nothing of "illegal snooping"
Why a difference in valuing buildings is causing many credit unions trouble
Nearly 60% of Credit Unions are subject to lending restrictions
Berehaven Credit Union to be liquidated after 'poor governance and lending practices'
A third of ads for financial services 'do not meet guidelines'
Gardaí investigating "financial irregularities" at Dublin credit union
How is the government revamping the social welfare system?
Some credit unions 'unwilling to comply with the law' - Central Bank
Credit Unions say they will provide members with good-value car insurance
Credit union research finds we have more disposable income than this time last year
Credit Unions withdraw from debt deal because 'it gives banks too much power'
Credit Unions could be using debit cards by next year
Court approves transfer of Howth Sutton Credit Union
The Irish League of Credit Unions is to set up shop in Ethiopia
Largest credit union in the country is not in trouble, RTÉ clarifies
People still joining credit unions, but fewer are taking out loans