Straight to The Point: August 27, 2018


 star3 Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration has released draft guidance on the state’s recently enacted sexual harassment prevention legislation, which goes into effect Oct. 8 for all New York businesses—including federally and state-chartered credit unions – The Point

star3 New York credit unions are encouraged to register for Miracle Jeans Day, Credit Unions for Kids’ annual fundraiser to support the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. During the nationwide fundraiser, which will be held Sept. 12, credit union employees who make a monetary donation to the campaign will be invited to wear jeans to work – The Point

star3 This Friday, Aug. 31, marks the deadline for credit unions to register for the statewide prize-linked savings program, Lucky Savers The Point

star3 Credit union employees can expect their salaries to increase at about the same rate next year as they did last year, according to a CUNA surveyCU Times

star3 CUNA and credit unions responded to the latest banker attacks on the credit union tax status in the Wall Street JournalCUNA   

star3 The Senior Safe Act was modeled off a state law in Maine, which has already helped protect dozens of senior citizens from fraud and financial abuseNew York Times

star3 The Internal Revenue Service updated the information on its website about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to help taxpayers and practitioners better understand tax reformAccounting Today

star3 Security experts are warning that blueprints showing malicious hackers how to exploit a newly-discovered Apache Struts bug are available online, leaving countless organizations in a rush to apply new updates and plug the security hole before attackers can use it to wriggle insideKrebsOnSecurity

star3 The blog touches on Kathy Kraninger’s nomination to lead the CFPB, the mortgage industry, risk-based capital reform and moreNew York’s State of Mind





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