What do you do when a warranty that was made to you was breached by the warrantor? This session addresses the legal framework governing check, the warranties made by exchange parties, and how to resolve warranty breach claims.This session is worth 1.0 NCP CE Credits. WebExWebExWebExWebEx | PDFPDFPDFPDF
All About ECIs. The ECI may look like an electronic check but is not based on current regulations. Join this session to learn about ECIs, the Regulation CC indemnity, potential risks when accepting and exchanging, and possible methods to spot an ECI. Register TodayRegister TodayRegister TodayRegister Today
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As of July 6, 2020, the Treasury Department’s Internal Revenue Service has cancelled outstanding Economic Impact Payment (EIP) checks issued to recipients who may not be eligible for such program payments, including those that may be deceased. View noticeView noticeView noticeView notice. Additional resourcesresourcesresourcesresources are available to learn more and to learn how to determine the status of EIP checks.
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WASHINGTON – The United States Mint has released a PSAPSAPSAPSA addressing the current coin circulation issue. The PSA can be viewed herehereherehere. In the PSA, Mint Director David J. Ryder asks the public to “help get coins moving by using exact change when making purchases, taking your coins to financial institutions, or turning them in for cash at coin recycling kiosks.”