Two small Wisconsin credit unions, fearing they could not comply with impending Truth-in-savings rules, voluntarily merged with larger institutions in November.

The state-chartered, federally insured institutions cited compliance with the rule, which was adopted in September and eliminates low-balance accounts, as their reason for merging with larger credit unions, said Paul Schumacher, deputy director of the National Credit Union Administration's midwestern region.

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