Hawaii State FCU Pays Members $2 Million Bonus

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HONOLULU – Hawaii State FCU returned $2 million to members in the form of bonus dividends and loan interest rebates.

The bonuses and rebates were based on actual dividends earned on share accounts and loan interest paid by members from January 1, 2010 through September 30, 2010.

“This is the fifteenth consecutive year that we've been able to return a portion of earnings to member owners,” said Deborah Kim, president of the $1 billion credit union. “We realize the important role that our members play in the credit union's success, and are fortunate to be able to reward them for their loyalty and continued participation especially in these difficult economic times.”

Since 1996, Hawaii State FCU members have received $39.5 million through bonus dividend and interest rebate program.

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