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Shareholders in corporate organizations are basic credit unions, besides the same union can be a shareholder of several corporate organizations. Income derived from the provision of services to its members, does not become the profit of credit union and is distributed among its members in proportion to their savings. U.S. credit unions have another significant difference from the credit cooperatives of farmers: the first have major proportion of short-term loans, the second - long and mostly in real estate. Activity of the credit union consists of organizing mutual financial assistance by meeting the needs of its members in the services of saving and obtaining loans. Share contributions are transferred to the credit union on the basis of membership for the whole stay of a shareholder as member of the credit union and are the basis of membership. In the credit union compensation for use of the loan (interest) is a source of compensation for savings.


Credit Union Location in Lewiston, Idaho

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Income derived from the provision of services to its members, does not become the profit of credit union and is distributed among its members in proportion to their savings. Activity of the credit union consists of organizing mutual financial assistance by meeting the needs of its members in the services of saving and obtaining loans.

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Clearwater Credit Union, Lewiston 320 15th Street Lewiston, ID 83501

Phone: (208) 746-9836
Routing number: 82546
Lewis Clark Credit Union, Lewiston 1626 17th St Lewiston, ID 83501

Phone: (208) 746-7233
Routing number: 68386
Lewiston Catholic Credit Union, Lewiston 1132 Idaho Street Lewiston, ID 83501

Phone: (208) 746-7366
Routing number: 82524
Potlatch No 1 Federal Credit Union, Lewiston 654 Southway Ave Lewiston, ID 83501

Phone: (208) 746-8900
Routing number: 02734
Tribune Credit Union, Lewiston 505 C Street Lewiston, ID 83501

Phone: (208) 848-2245
Routing number: 82545


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Historically, credit unions have grown from the experience of credit cooperatives, but they took the experience of organizations of mutual aid of citizens by moving methods of social self-protection from labor and toward consumption. Among the U.S. credit unions, there are three groups that differ in terms of assets, shareholders, and business services. Contributions from of shareholders in credit unions in no way can be considered as borrowed funds, they come from the shareholders and for the shareholders and can not be used to provide services to third parties. Is necessary that all shareholders of the credit union were members of a single community, would know each other well enough to enjoy mutual trust. Credit unions encourage the proper use of shareholders savings, developing social programs (education, health, recreation, housing, etc.). In recent decades, many credit unions began to resort to such form of service as The main advantage of credit unions consists in transparency, controllability, governance for shareholders. Credit unions are financial institutions, financial cooperatives of citizens, and in this capacity they are above all associations of people, not unification of capitals, which is typical, for example, for public companies.