The Impact of Credit Unions on Alaska

Credit unions’ free ride on federal income taxes doesn’t make sense anymore, and their once-justified special treatment comes at a cost to the American people.

Credit unions deprive the U.S. Treasury of $3.1 billion a year, while taxpayers in every state pick up the tab.

Key Statistics


Federal Income Taxes Paid Annually by an Average Alaska Resident Making $78,394/Year


Federal Income Taxes Paid by Credit Unions

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