Washington Legislative Update: 2015 Session in Review

Well into its third special session, the Washington State Legislature finally came to the agreements needed to adjourn. Thanks to advocates, credit unions saw important priorities passed this session.

Oregon Legislative Update: NWCUA Testifies on ‘Marijuana and Banking’

NWCUA called upon to testify on financial services for marijuana-based businesses; update to Oregon Credit Union Act scheduled for March 4 hearing.

Oregon Legislative Session Preview

Lawmakers begin 2015 session; credit unions to introduce prize-linked savings, updates to the Oregon Credit Union Act.

Washington Legislative Week in Review: Bill Addresses Credit Union Mergers

Washington’s politically divided Legislature returned to the state Capitol in Olympia on Monday, kicking off a 60-day session that is expected to tackle everything from education funding and transportation to gun control and marijuana.

Three Judge Panel Nixes NRLB Poster Requirement

Credit unions and other businesses will not have to post notices informing employees of their rights to start and join unions. The proposed NLRB rule was struck down in the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

IRS Pushes Back Some FATCA Compliance Dates

While the reporting requirement on 1042-S remains unchanged, the IRS and the U.S. Treasury have moved back several of the key compliance dates for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

Compliance Question of the Week

What’s up with the Pew Model Disclosure Box for checking accounts?

Compliance Question of the Week

Am I required to ‘display’ the individual NMLS identifier number of our MLOs?

Compliance Question of the Week

Am I required to ‘display’ the individual NMLS identifier number of our MLOs?

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