Credit Unions to Continue Putting Pressure on Senate to Drop IRS Reporting Proposal

Regardless of exception, credit unions in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia remain adamantly opposed to efforts to require financial institutions to report information on members’ financial transactions to the IRS.

While credit unions and their members successfully worked to kill the proposed IRS reporting requirement in the House with more than 800,000 congressional contacts made, the Build Back Better Reconciliation bill now moves to the Senate, where discussions to include the provision continue. As this provision is incredibly intrusive to consumers and grants unwarranted access to the IRS into the private lives of Americans, credit union members are encouraged to continue expressing opposition to this provision to their senators.

Contact can be made through the LSCU Action Center.

For questions, please contact our Advocacy team.

Written by
Lizeth George
View all articles

About Us

The League of Southeastern Credit Unions & Affiliates represents nearly 300 credit unions throughout Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. It has a combined total of almost $200 billion in assets and 12.4 million members. LSCU provides advocacy, compliance services, education and training, cooperative initiatives, and communications.

Social Channels

Follow us on all major social media platforms.