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By now, you've been alerted to the serious threat of the elimination of the credit union federal tax exemption. CUNA and your League are calling on all credit unions to help ensure the exemption is protected, and we invite you to join us on a National Webinar on the CREDIT UNION TAX STATUS.
Action is needed NOW to keep our tax exemption.
Members of Congress have found the political will to address comprehensive tax reform that may directly impact credit unions. They have already said everything is on the table and that they will "start with a blank sheet of paper." Those very words have been repeated enough on the Hill to set CUNA, League, and industry leaders on high alert.
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) banned CFPB Director Richard Cordray from Senate hearings, but the committee's Ranking Member Rep. Maxine Waters (D-California) says not so fast!
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Part 3 of our continuing coverage on Elder Financial Abuse
Because they may be physically or mentally vulnerable, the elderly can be financially abused from many directions. This includes Internet scams and others they come in contact with, like unscrupulous home repairmen and contractors. However, some of the abusers might seem highly unlikely, such as family members, a close friend, or even a caregiver. As a credit union employee, what can you do if you suspect one of your members may be a victime of elder financial abuse?
Read more to find out.
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