Cooperatives Should Review the FCC’s New Order Concerning Net Neutrality

Cooperatives provide high-speed broadband services in metropolitan and rural areas throughout the country.  So they should pay attention to the Federal Communications Commission’s recent action affecting broadband service providers.

The FCC issued a ruling on the regulatory classification of broadband …

AHC Attorney David Cook Presents on Capital Credits and Cooperative Tax

AHC attorney David Cook will present at the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association’s Finance and Accounting Conference concerning two important topics for telecommunications and telephone cooperatives.  He will discuss “Strategies for Managing Capital Credits” and “Handling Large Gains and Losses.”  Here …

Lender Discusses Differences Between Broadband and Electric Service

The following article is reprinted from CFC Solutions News Bulletin (17 January 2018, Volume 19, Number 2).

With more electric cooperatives looking into providing broadband service to unserved and underserved rural communities, CFC Senior Vice President for Member Services Joel …

Utility coops partner to bring members ‘up to speed’ with broadband access

Most Americans have multiple high-speed wireless choices when it comes to Internet access but many residents living in the less-populated, more rural parts still have to rely on 90s technology, i.e. dial-up, for their data needs. Now, cooperatives that have …