The Federal Housing Administration will reduce its annual mortgage insurance premium from 1.35% to 0.85%, the White House announced Jan. 7.
Nation’s first U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary set to deliver a keynote address in March.
Some call for a national data security standard, others say consumers entitled to free, ongoing access to credit reports.
Mandate would clarify, strengthen obligations companies have to notify customers when their data has been compromised.
NAFCU and CUNA prepare to protect tax exemption this year in anticipation of possible tax reform.
The reduction from 1.35% to 0.85% will save the typical first time home buyer $900 per year, the White House says.
TV shows such as Scandal and House of Cards are not “plausible,” CUNA’s Jim Nussle says.
Congressmen question DOJ settlement with big banks that encourage donations to 'activist groups.'
The NCUA Board will approve the agency's 2015 budgets Nov. 20.
Read what four actions the Republican-controlled Senate may take in the next Congress.