After a 15-year effort, and two cases lost in federal court, the IRS has apparently conceded defeat in the unrelated business income tax battle with credit unions.
Industry organizations tell credit unions door is open for seeking refunds after 15-year fight with feds.
LAS VEGAS — While the first day of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association’s 16th annual conference featured optimism about credit union housing finance amid an uncertain economy, the second day was overshadowed by concerns about regulatory changes and secondary-market uncertainty.
LAS VEGAS — Costs associated with ongoing CFPB regulations remain a concern.
Friends, Friday, Aug. 3 will be my final day as publisher of Credit Union Times. The time has come to move on to new challenges and make room for the next generation of professionals.
Longtime credit union advocate, CUNA Mutual executive receives Esther Peterson Award on Wednesday night from the Consumer Federation of America.
As the credit union industry heads toward the largest conference of the year, CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference, it's important to think about the significance of grassroots.
Credit union educators in North Carolina were searching for a special way to dramatically stress to industry newcomers and those unfamiliar with CU history the importance of the industry's mission.
It was no accident an historic North Carolina landmark, the mansion home of R.J. Reynolds cigarette heirs, was used this month for a special--and now first of its kind--credit union conference.
As everyone knows by now, CUNA selected Bill Cheney as its next president/CEO. While I touted a month ago the strength of choosing an industry insider (Editor's Column, April 7), I really wasn't sure CUNA would follow that line of thinking.