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I'm not changing my mind on this one. An NMLS sponsored MLO is an employee. Period.

October 18th, 2016

The debate rages on. Unfortunately, most of those who have challenged our position that an MLO must be a W-2 – are either asking the wrong people for advice, or are not asking the question in an open and honest way. 575 more words


Nelson A. Locke, Esq. reblogged this on Mortgage Industry Compliance Consulting and commented:

This just keeps showing up on audits - merits a second read.

Who checks the checkers?

Compliance with law and compliance with policy and procedure are relatively easy to establish.  But compliance with ethics?

“Journal Reporter Fired Over Ethics,” The Wall Street Journal… 161 more words


SHRM National First-Timer

This year, I was given a great opportunity – attend my first SHRM national conference in New Orleans.  I got to spend three days with 17,000 of my HR friends, meet the people I have been following and listening to, and learn from some smart speakers and attendees.  480 more words


PCOR Fee Due July 31

Reminder: The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) filing deadline is July 31, 2017 for all self-funded medical plans and health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) for plan years ending in 2016. 10 more words

Employee Benefits

Be Aware When Wiring Funds for a Client's Escrow

It has come to my attention that wiring funds to close an escrow for a client could end up with funds going to a hacker. 126 more words

GDPR: how to avoid the data protection cowboys

Reports from the recent InfoSec 2017 conference suggest that the subject of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was on the lips of many exhibitors and vendors. 1,035 more words

Data Protection Remains Shaky

Data remains exposed in significant numbers in the healthcare industry. The monthly Protenus Breach Barometer shows that the trend of at least one breach per day in a month is continuing. 466 more words