One of the most important and expensive fixed assets your credit union will own is your facility. Planning an expansion, constructing a new building or providing more branches are major resource allocation decisions for your credit union. Below are tools to assist you in the decision making process.
The NCUA regulates how much a federal credit union can invest in non-earning fixed assets, as found in NCUA Rules & Regulations, section 701.36.
The New York State Banking regulation on fixed assets is found in Article 11, Section 454, Part 21 of the New York State Baking Law. For general information on New York State banking regulations, visit The Department of Financial Services.
Fixed asset calculator
The calculator allows you to calculate your maximum allowable fixed assets. Please be sure to refer to the entire NCUA Regulation Section 701.36 for any exceptions to the regulation. Download spreadsheet Fixed Asset Calculator (27 KB) .
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Fixed Asset Calculator is an Excel file. You must have a recent version of Microsoft Excel installed on your pc in order to open this file.
Fixed asset expenses budget/forecast
The Association's Member Relations team can assist in developing a one-year operational budget including new fixed assets and related expenses. Contact us for consultative assistance.
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