Keep the IRS out of your account!

The IRS has proposed adding a reporting provision to the $3.5 billion spending bill currently being discussed in Congress, which will require financial institutions like Nuvision to report all transactional information about your spending habits to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). We feel it is our responsibility to alert members about this concerning legislation and provide you with as much information as possible to help you push back against this infringement on your rights.

International Credit Union Day is October 21st, and we’re thanking you with a $100 gift card drawing!

October 21st is the 73rd annual International Credit Union Day–and we can’t wait! It’s the perfect opportunity to reflect on the importance of our mission and celebrate the members like you who make it possible. To thank you for your membership on this day, we’ll be hosting a $100 gift card drawing on Instagram.

Nuvision Heroes: A business owner committed to helping young adults and families become financially free

Kirsten Baron is driven, knowledgeable, and ready to take on any challenge. A former social worker with the LA Department of Children and Family Services, she now works full-time in the financial services industry, where she and her husband have built a practice helping families strengthen their financial futures and mentoring agents who want to make a living as business owners. For years, she’s partnered with us to lead financial workshops for high school students across Southern California. That, along with her commitment to community service, is why we choose Kirsten for this month’s Nuvision Hero.

Nuvision Heroes: A former LAFD fireman, Vietnam war veteran, and 9/11 responder selflessly dedicated to the safety of his community

Dave Badgett is a former fireman, Vietnam war veteran, Naval Postgraduate School instructor, and public safety consultant. He was also one of the leaders of a Los Angeles Fire Department specialty team flown across the country to respond to the 9/11 attacks. In his 32 years with the LAFD facing high-rise fires, shootings, riots, brushfires, and airplane crashes, nothing compared to those days spent in New York. For his courage and lifelong dedication to public safety, we are honoring Dave as a Nuvision hero.

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