Obama signed expansion into law over the weekend; Sandy claims cited as cause for concern.
According to industry veteran John McKechnie, who was working on Capitol Hill back in 1986, the last time credit union tax exemption was on the Congressional chopping block, a “volatile” environment on Capitol Hill means credit unions should be vigilant when it comes to protecting their tax-exempt status in 2013.
Student loan debt remains a stress-inducing burden for many college students, recent grads and their families.
The NCUA Board will experience significant turnover in 2013 when President Obama is expected to appoint candidates to fill two out of three spots left vacant by Gigi Hyland, who resigned in October 2012, and Michael Fryzel, whose term ends Aug. 2, 2013.
Legislation increases borrowing authority by one third, draws Republican ire and promises to take NFIP private.
The SBA is inviting experienced early stage investment fund managers to apply to its Small Business Investment Company capital investment program.
Tax expenditures are receiving a lot of scrutiny as Congress looks for ways to increase revenues and cut the deficit.
NCUA Board will see some turnover in the coming year, with two seats expected to be filled.
After seeing little to no progress on credit union legislation during the first 11 months of 2012, two regulatory relief bills advanced within 24 hours of each other, with one passing both chambers and awaiting President Obama’s signature.
A week after super storm Sandy slammed into the East Coast, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie looked ahead to preparations for a nor’easter that was due to dump snow and rain on the already reeling Northeast.