Texas Bankers Launch Statewide Campaign to Oppose IRS Surveillance
in Congressional Reconciliation Bill
The Texas Bankers Association (TBA) is warning small businesses and taxpayers about a Congressional proposal that would allow the IRS to collect data on all financial transactions of $600 or more.
Texas banks continue to stand ready to serve their customers and communities as the impacts of the Coronavirus continue.
The Texas Bankers Foundation, the charitable arm of the Texas Bankers Association, has committed $100,000 over three years to the Future Bankers Leadership Program at Texas Southern University,
Texas banks have announced a “Unity Grant” program to provide quick relief to small minority and women-owned businesses impacted by recent manmade or natural disasters.
The membership of the Texas Bankers Association recently elected officers for the 2019-20 fiscal year. Elected were Chairman William “Chip” Jenkins III, Vice Chair Raymond “Rusty” Rust III and Treasurer A. Ford Sasser III.
The Texas Bankers Foundation honored 12 banks with the prestigious Cornerstone and Leaders in Financial Education awards.
The Texas Bankers Foundation honored 30 legendary bankers with the 50-Year Banker Awards.
Nine Texas bankers are being honored with the second annual Texas Bankers Foundation’s Emerging Leader Award.
Texas community banks, through the Texas Bankers Association and its charitable arm, the Texas Bankers Foundation, is partnering with Feeding Texas to launch the Texas Banks 4 Food Banks program during the COVID-19 emergency.
The adoption of the Financial CHOICE Act is a win-win for Texas consumers, homeowners and small business owners.