Washington Legislature in Home Stretch

With the Washington State Legislature scheduled to complete its regular session Thursday, six policy bills of interest to credit unions are still on the table.

Compliance Question of the Week

Do we need to certify our exemption from the foreclosure bills in Oregon and Washington every year?

Rally on Wednesday and Tell Congress: ‘Don’t Tax My Credit Union’

Thousands of credit union members and advocates are expected to join in a “Don’t Tax My Credit Union” rally in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday—even if they can’t actually make it to the nation’s capital. The event will stream live on the Internet at http://www.DontTaxMyCreditUnion.org.

Thousands Expected to Join in Online ‘Don’t Tax My Credit Union” Rally

Credit union members and advocates are invited to join in a “Don’t Tax My Credit Union” rally at The Credit Union House in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 2—even if they can’t actually make it to the nation’s capital. The event will stream live on the Internet at www.DontTaxMyCreditUnion.org.

FTC Warns Mortgage Advertisers: Ads May Violate Federal Law

After reviewing hundreds of mortgage advertisements, the FTC sent warning letters to 20 real estate agents, home builders and lead generators urging them to review their ads for compliance with Regulation N.

Washington Legislative Week in Review: Dueling Budgets Cause Stalemate in State Legislature

This Washington Legislative Update explains the unexpected controversy in the Washington State Legislature, as Senate Republicans passed their version of the budget at 12:45 a.m. rather than signing the supplemental budget passed by the House.

NWCUA Supporting Credit Unions with Fraud Alerts

Member credit unions can sign up for fraud alerts, which provide notifications of scams and robberies, including a recent attempt where offenders hid in a dumpster in order to jump branch opening employees.