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Sen. Hukill to file personal financial literacy education act for students

Sen. Dorothy L. Hukill (R-Port Orange) will file legislation for 2015 requiring high school students to take a half-credit, full-semester course in personal financial literacy education as a graduation requirement. This is a bill that will be a priority for the League in 2015.... More

Home Depot’s suspected breach adds security pressure

Home Depot Inc. (HD)’s investigation of a suspected hacker attack is renewing pressure on retailers and credit-card providers to strengthen payment-system security.... More

NASCUS announces Lucy Ito as the association’s new chief executive officer

The NASCUS Board of Directors and Advisory Council are pleased to announce the selection of Lucy Ito as the organization’s next president/chief executive officer.... More

Wal-Mart to issue EMV MasterCards within next few weeks

Wal-Mart announced holders of its branded MasterCard will be receiving new cards with EMV (Europay-Visa-MasterCard) chips embedded within the next few weeks.... More

LSCU offices closed Monday, Sept. 1

In observance of Labor Day, the LSCU & Affiliates offices will be closed this Monday, Sept. 1.... More

Place your ICU Day order today for free shipping offer

International Credit Union Day (ICU Day) is Oct. 19. Order your ICU Day merchandise today for a chance to win free shipping.... More

Florida Primary Election results

The results for Florida's primary election are in and there was one upset and another race that will most likely to a recount.... More

McWatters takes oath, joins NCUA board

The Honorable J. Mark McWatters takes oath of office and joins the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) as its 21st board member.... More

UPS latest giant to fall prey to data breach

Add shipping giant United Parcel Service (UPS) to the list of merchants that have suffered a data breach that compromised its customers' credit and debit card information.... More

Treasury provides $325 million in bond guarantees for investment in underserved communities

The U.S. Treasury Department announced that it has guaranteed $325 million in new bonds to help support economic development opportunities in low-income and underserved communities across the country.... More