New verification services are creating a more efficient, effective, mortgage lending process.
Before most systems are hacked, a personal or corporate identity is compromised – online or offline. An initial compromise may be a very sophisticated, software-driven breach of a website’s infrastructure; such as the recent data breach reported last month at JP Morgan, where it’s reported that Russian-based hackers took advantage of a technical flaw in [Read More...]
While the prevention of improper unemployment benefits via compliant claims response remains the primary focus of UI integrity legislation, the rapid identification of these charges (after they begin) can also go a long way toward reducing the $5 billion in overpayments. Improper charges can have a direct effect on your company’s unemployment experience, potentially causing [Read More...]
Compliance is a hot topic to most, if not all, higher ed institutions. Whether the discussion is centered around presenting new hires with the appropriate forms, like Section 503 or VEVRAA, complying with the latest Executive Orders for minimum wage, LGBT or Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, or ensuring that all Form I-9s are complete [Read More...]
Financial institutions increasingly rely on third party vendors to help them achieve their growth and efficiency initiatives. Banks, insurance companies, and specialty finance organizations look to third-party expertise and specialization as the cost of doing business and consumer demand for innovation grows. Regulators are increasing scrutiny as well. A recent article from Mortgage Compliance Magazine [Read More...]
Webinar: Tuesday | September 30 | 2:30 PM EDT Many employers believe they do not have to worry about ACA and IRS reporting until 2016, but the reality is that they must begin preparing in 2015 to file in 2016. And because the fines you (and your employees) may face in 2016 will be determined [Read More...]