Cash: Reports of Its Pending Death are Greatly Exaggerated

Cash: Reports of Its Pending Death are Greatly Exaggerated

Despite many predictions of its demise, cash is here to stay, according to Take On Payments.
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The 411 on Banning the RCC

The 411 on Banning the RCC

A newly amended rule from the Federal Trade Commission makes it harder to commit telemarketing fraud. Take On Payments looks at the remotely created check and one way it has been misused.
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Surviving the Emerging Payments Providers

Surviving the Emerging Payments Providers

New payments companies are keeping financial institutions and traditional remittance providers on their toes. Take On Payments thinks the traditional companies are more than meeting the challenge.
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UPDATES & OTHER NEWS
Minutes of the June 14–15 FOMC Meeting Released
July 6, 2016
Minutes of the June 14–15 FOMC Meeting Released
The Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday released the attached minutes of the Committee meeting held on June 14–15, 2016.
Bank Regulation Updates, Upcoming Events Discussed in New "ViewPoint"
June 30, 2016
Bank Regulation Updates, Upcoming Events Discussed in New "ViewPoint"
The second quarter edition of Economy Matters' "ViewPoint," from the Atlanta Fed's supervision and regulation division, takes a look at national and southeastern banking conditions, including earnings performance, asset quality, and more.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place?
June 27, 2016
Between a Rock and a Hard Place?
In an age of an increasingly complex and interconnected payments ecosystem, who should primarily bear the burden of educating the consumer about safe payments practice? A new Take On Payments post says that financial institutions must play a leading role in the educational effort.