U.S. Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) and U.S. House Ways and Means Republican Leader Kevin Brady (R-Texas) introduced the Tax Gap Reform and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Enforcement Act to push back on overreaching data collection language proposed in Congress. “In light of recent proposals to massively expand the IRS, with unprecedented […]
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The letter was signed by dozens of house members late last week.
Samantha Beeler reports the Armed Services Committee markup is favorable to CUs thus far.
This effort is intended to improve taxpayer compliance and increase federal revenues by $463 billion over the next ten years.
Following two workshops held this summer, credit union advocates are armed with the tools they need to make the Credit Union Difference shine.
In focus for these meetings are the potential threats to the credit card interchange system being floated in the Senate.
The Oregon Legislature is on a fast track to finalize a redistricting bill by September 27th.
During the August recess, they look forward to getting away from floor debates so they can hear positive news.
Rep. Gary Leif and community servant Lawanda Manning are missed by the Oregon Credit Union Movement.
Collaboration is the backbone of the Credit Union Movement, especially when it comes to advocating to ensure the best possible operating environment for credit unions.
The Aug. 19 program will teach seasoned advocates how to build lasting relationships with legislators and solidify their roles as key contacts.
From payroll deductions to raffles, there are countless ways employees can help elect credit union-friendly candidates to Congress.
The $865.5 million will be distributed to the capital account holders of the former Members United, Southwest Corporate, and U.S. Central Corporate credit Unions.
Despite the unprecedented virtual meeting challenges, the work progressed.
In an unprecedented session requiring mostly virtual connection, the advocacy agenda still moved forward.
In so doing, the Court reiterated a precedent set when they determined that the structure of the CFPB was unconstitutional.
The news came during yesterday’s meeting of the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council as part of Dr. Stephen Lerch’s official quarterly forecast.
The NCUA released their June 24, 2021 board meeting agenda.