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Counter Banker Attacks – Take Part in “Don’t Tax My Credit Union”

Jun
24
Counter Banker Attacks –  Take Part in “Don’t Tax My Credit Union”

Credit unions in Missouri are urged to make contact with federal lawmakers regarding the credit union federal income tax status, as bankers ramp up their efforts to call for credit union taxation. Letters from the Independent Community Bankers Association (ICBA) and the American Bankers Association (ABA) were distributed on Capitol Hill on June 20 and June 21, respectively. The ICBA

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Tax Status a Focus during Missouri Hike the Hill

Jun
04
Tax Status a Focus during Missouri Hike the Hill

Missouri Hike the Hill in Washington D.C. focused on the credit union tax status and the possibility for tax reform at the national level.

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Kansas City Area Credit Unions Meet with U.S. Rep. Cleaver

Jun
03
Kansas City Area Credit Unions Meet with U.S. Rep. Cleaver

U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver’s (D-District 5) 9th annual barbeque provided credit unions in the Kansas City area with an in-district meeting opportunity.  Congressman Cleaver is a member of the Financial Services Committee, the primary committee for credit union issues and concerns in the U.S. House.

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Credit Unions Give Back to Members Directly

May
17

Credit unions in Missouri give back to their members in many ways, including actual cash back.   As not-for-profit financial cooperatives, a credit union’s top priority is to serve members with exceptional personal service, products, and services at fair prices.

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Missouri Starts Hike the Hill with CFPB

Jan
18
Missouri Starts Hike the Hill with CFPB

 

To kick off its January Hike the Hill, the Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) arranged a meeting with Elizabeth Vale and Barton Shapiro of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on January 17 in Washington D.C.  For the second time in five months, Missouri representatives were able to communicate directly with Vale about issues facing the industry.  Vale stressed the importance of open communication between credit unions and the CFPB.

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