Findings from recent CFPB examinations; your question answered on verifying names on direct deposit IRS refunds; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Washington lawmakers are taking a close look at tax exemptions in the final weeks of the 2016 regular session.
What you need to know about upcoming HMDA file specs; your question answered about opening accounts for Single Member LLCs; plus this week’s legal briefs.
See how human intervention impacted a recent court ruling on a TCPA complaint; your question answered on opening an account for someone without a Social Security number; plus this week’s legal briefs.
The report’s preservation of credit unions’ tax status shows that credit union advocates were heard.
The two-year budget includes a tuition cut for college students and ends a handful of tax exemptions.
We need to meet the banking lobby’s misinformation campaign head on, says CUNA’s Mike Schenk.
As deadline looms, the House and Senate are busy hearing and voting on bills, including two supported by the NWCUA.
With support of national and regional advocacy efforts, CUNA Mutual supports the continued strength of the credit union movement.
Senate Bill 582, legislation to improve the Oregon Credit Union Act, took a step forward passing out of the Senate this week.
The bureau issued proposed rule to temporarily suspend requirement for card issuers to send in agreements; your question answered on verifying names on direct deposit IRS refunds; plus this week’s legal briefs.
As credit union advocates gathered en masse at the capitol, credit union bills passed out of committee.
Phone scam surges during tax season, tops IRS list of “Dirty Dozen” tax scams for 2015.
Legislature begins long session under Supreme Court contempt order; will tackle taxes, education and transportation issues.
Regulator to focus on cyber security, interest rate risk, among other priorities; question on mailing 1099 forms answered; plus legal briefs.
Beginning with the preservation of the credit union tax exemption and charging through mid-term elections, credit unions fought and won important battles in 2014.
The annual Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington D.C. is expected to draw thousands of credit union advocates to make an impact on the highest advocacy priorities.
FinCEN issues an administrative ruling on the application of regulations to currency transporters; notary training dates; question of the week and legal briefs.