Straight to The Point: November 14, 2018

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star3 The National Credit Union Foundation is working closely with staff at the California and Nevada Credit Union League to direct disaster relief funds to credit union people affected by wildfires in CaliforniaThe Point

star3 CUNA will host a complimentary webinar at 3 p.m. today on its new Creating Awareness Initiative. The session will include information on the “Open Your Eyes” initiative and share never-before-seen creative materials for the program – The Point

star3 HR Suite provides credit unions with a centrally administered, customizable online HR policy manual and employee handbook, plus a collection of HR management tools. The resource is available as a benefit of New York Credit Union Association membership – The Point

star3 A new report finds that saving behavior is starting younger – with retirement savers ages 25-34 most likely to be on track to meet their retirement goalsCU Times

star3 More than 69 percent of adults worldwide, or 3.8 billion people, now have an account with a financial institution or a mobile money providerCUToday

star3 Voting in the latest midterm elections reached its highest level in 104 years, with 49 percent of eligible voters casting ballotsThe Hill

star3 Payday lenders have long blamed bias at federal agencies for banks’ decisions to terminate their accounts, but executives at one of the nation’s largest high-cost lenders acknowledged a more complicated reality in newly released emailsAmerican Banker

star3 The recently enacted tax overhaul plan has helped jolt the American economy, but wages, when accounting for inflation, have not seen a boostNew York Times

star3 New York City and Northern Virginia will be the homes for Amazon’s second and third headquarters, which will have an impact on the financial services industry, including credit unionsNew York’s State of Mind

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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