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The Technical Information Procedure (TIPs) bulletins are great tools to help credit union staff understand recent changes in laws and regulations and how they may affect the credit union. TIPs bulletins address current mandatory compliance issues and changes to federal and state regulations. Continue for complete list of current TIPs Bulletins
March 05, 2014
TIPs Bulletin #14-07 New Derivatives Rule
   
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TIPs Bulletin #14-06 Charitable Donation Accounts
   
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TIPs Bulletin #14-05 2013 California Legislative Summaries
   
 
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From the Editors of CU Weekly

UNCLAIMED PROPERTY NOTICE ISSUED
updated 02/03/14 12:40 PM
Aggregate Reporting Threshold Lowered
The California State Controller’s Office has issued a notice detailing important updates regarding the new Unclaimed Property Law—Assembly Bill 212 (AB 212)—effective July 1, 2014.

Click here to read the notice.

Under current law, a person holding funds or escheated property worth at least $50 is required to submit a report to the controller that includes the name and last known address of the owner of any property (except traveler’s checks and money orders). Items valued less than $50 require the nature and identifying number, or a description of any intangible property reported.

AB 212 lowers the aggregate reporting threshold of unclaimed property from $50 to $25. The bill also requires holders to include the name and last known address of the property owner—except traveler’s checks and money orders—if the property is valued at $25 or more.

The bill authorizes the holder to impose a service charge of up to $2 for notices on a deposit, account, shares, or other interest that is valued at more than $2 (lowered from $50).

For more information, view the Leagues' Technical Information and Procedures (TIPs) Bulletin 13-45.

In addition, the controller’s office has issued its winter newsletter, which includes articles on the following topics:

  • Changes to Unclaimed Property Law—Aggregate Reporting
  • Legislative Updates
  • Holder Alert: Letters from Investigators
  • Did You Discover Additional Property
  • Look for Holder Remit Reminder Letters
  • The State Controller's Office Performs Due Diligence

 
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SUCCEED WITH CUNA'S AUDIO UPDATES
updated 04/15/14 09:06 AM
New Pre-Recorded Series
This year is buzzing with compliance proposals coming from the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), and other agencies, covering topics such as data security and payments.

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LIMITING FAIR LENDING RISK IN AUTOS
updated 04/07/14 04:15 PM
Also, NCUA Exam Update
How can credit unions limit their fair lending risk in indirect lending?

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