Through every life’s milestone, crisis, opportunity, or challenge, credit unions in California have always been there—to support, encourage, and assist. They work with their members one-on-one, according to their financial aspirations or need. They inspire hope in their communities by supporting individuals and local organizations. And when bad times have hit—such as natural disasters like the wildfires that have devastated regions of the state in recent years—credit unions have stepped up to provide financial assistance to those who have lost everything and to aid local relief efforts. Credit unions in California have demonstrated time and time again what sets them apart from other financial institutions. They represent the credit union difference.

California credit unions paid $1032.4 million in federal and state taxes in 2020. California credit union members paid an additional $186.9 billion in federal and state income taxes.

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