Straight to The Point: September 12, 2018


star3 Tomorrow marks Primary Day in New York for state and local races, and the New York Credit Union Association is encouraging all credit union advocates who are members of a political party to participate in the voting process – The Point

star3 The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions is hosting a “Juntos Avanzamos webinar” Tuesday, Sept. 18, that will explore alternative forms of identification and documentation for potential immigrant members – The Point

star3 Young credit union professionals can apply to crash the CUNA Lending Council Conference on Oct. 28-31 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim The Point

star3 Fake check scams are booming, according to the Better Business Bureau, which issued a new report on the tactics this month CU Times

star3 The credit union tax status remains untouched in the House Ways and Means Committee release of “Tax Reform 2.0,” legislation that is intended to make several changes to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017CUNA

star3 Later this month, all of the three major consumer credit bureaus will be required to offer free credit freezes to all Americans and their dependentsKrebsOnSecurity

star3 The Government Accountability Office has issued a new report that says cybersecurity exams of the credit reporting agencies will be conducted by the CFPB, but only if it identifies cybersecurity as a priorityCUToday

star3 The resentment caused by the 2008 financial crisis set off a populist backlash that fomented distrust of expertise and political division – New York Times






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