Best of 2015: Bank/Credit Union

It's surprising that the Ent we know and love — with more than two dozen service centers across Colorado and a nationwide ATM network — began in 1957 as a humble cooperative of 30 members with $602 in deposits. What's not surprising is that the member-owned credit union continues to grow. As a nonprofit, Ent can offer services with low or no fees, and rates on mortgages, loans and savings plans that are tough for profit-driven banks to beat. And if you live, work, worship or attend school in El Paso, Pueblo or Teller County, you can belong. — Jill Thomas




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