DCU Interpretive Letter I-13-02 concludes that state-chartered credit unions may make certain investments that are otherwise impermissible as long as they are for the express purpose of funding employee benefit obligations.
With two NWCUA-sponsored bills moving quickly through the Washington State Legislature, credit unions should begin looking ahead at how the bill will affect them should Gov. Jay Inslee sign it into law.
A partnership between the NCUA and NASCUS will give state-chartered credit unions new opportunities to receive the Low-Income Credit Union designation.
The Oregon DCBS will issue a temporary rule tomorrow concerning property use and ownership for state-chartered credit unions, one of many updates to the Oregon Credit Union Act recommended by the NWCUA’s Model Credit Union Act Subcommittee.
After a letter from the NCUA last month invited more than 1,000 federally chartered credit unions to apply for low-income credit union designation, the agency has announced plans to extend a similar offer to state-chartered credit unions.
What does “Immediate Family Member” mean in our field of membership?
This Washington legislative update expands on the Washington State JLARCâ€™s recent recommendation to continue the state-chartered credit union B&O tax exemption.
DFI has scheduled a free webinar to answer questions about the application, approval, and on-line reporting process for Washington state-chartered credit unions choosing to become qualified public depositaries.
How is it that the NCUA is enforcing the SAFE Act on state-chartered credit unions?