In a GoLocalWorcester.com article, Victor Matheson, associate professor of economics at the College of the Holy Cross, commented on a study showing credit unions offer the best interest rates on savings accounts and CDs in Massachussetts.
“Credit Unions are organized as non-profit entities and are not subject to corporate income taxes,” contributed Matheson. “Without having to pay a return to investors and a cut to Uncle Sam, they can pass on their savings in the from of higher rates for savers and lower rates for borrowers.”
This “Holy Cross in the News” item is by Sara Bovat ’14.
Holy Cross Ranked No. 19 on Forbes’ List of Best Value Liberal Arts Colleges
The College of the Holy Cross ranked No. 19 on Forbes’ list of Best Value Liberal Arts Colleges. For this ranking, Forbes looked at U.S. colleges and universities “that...04/29/16
‘Holy Cross honors Rev. Kuzniewski with field dedication’
Telegram & Gazette
Last Friday during halftime at the Holy Cross vs. Boston University men’s lacrosse game, the College of the Holy Cross dedicated Holy Cross Field, home of the men’s and...04/20/16
Holy Cross’ Give Purple Challenge Highlighted for its Success
The Washington Post
“It took just 43 hours for the College of the Holy Cross to raise nearly $2 million,” a recent Washington Post article begins. The article discusses the increase in...