Credit unions have generated more than 85,000 grassroots contacts on interchange over the past three weeks, and CUNA has called a national teleconference for Wednesday, April 13.
The Associationâ€™s credit union modernization bill received its work session yesterday, where it received a unanimous due pass recommendation, following three amendments.
The budget process continued largely along party lines, against a backdrop of growing public pressure to end business tax exemptions.
Lauren Du Pree, Biz Kid$ host, and Roxanne Kruger, Executive Director of the Washington Credit Union Foundation, ring the NYSE Closing Bell.
Treasury is seeking comment on a revised proposal that would allow federal benefit payments to be made through the Automated Clearing House directly to prepaid debit card accounts.
The inaugural gatherings of the Northwest Executive Summit are next week and registration is still open.
The IRS emphasizes that this new reporting to employees is for their information only, and does not cause excludable employer-provided health coverage to become taxable.
As elected officials scramble to close billion dollar deficits in Olympia and Salem, two very different approaches are being pursued. WA House Democrats proposed a further $7 million sweep from DFI, while OR officials hope to avoid similar action.
Following the breach at the marketing firm, credit unions will need to communicate effectively with members, even if the organization’s data was not directly compromised.
The assumptions underpinning the Corporate Stabilization Fund and Share Insurance Fund rates are changing again. While there will be an impact on NW credit unions, the forecasted changes do contain some good news for those budgeting for the coming year and beyond.
NWCUA hosted a delegation of credit union officials from Ecuador, taking them to four NW credit unions as part of the World Councilâ€™s International Partnership Program.