FiSCA

AcronymDefinition
FiSCAFinancial Service Centers of America, Inc.
FISCAFunctional Impairment Scale for Children and Adolescents
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In response to the release by the CFPB in March of a complex set of regulatory proposals that would dramatically limit, or even eliminate, the availability of small dollar, short-term loans that are critical to millions of Americans, FiSCA launched an industry-wide campaign to bring actual customer voices into the discussion.
Comparisons using FISCA data (n = 151) showed no differences in alcohol use, drug use, or school impairment among those eligible for the study and those not eligible.
Dollar Loan Center was one of two companies chosen among FiSCA's 6,500 members for the prestigious FiSCA StAR Award.
We look forward to working with FiSCA members to bring best practices for tactical application and understanding of the laws and regulations through this unique, industry-specific compliance management solution," said Michael McNulty, OnCourse Learning Executive Vice President, Financial Services.
We expect government debt to continue to rise until any definite fisca measures are taken by the government.
We choose to exhibit at FiSCA because it's the perfect audience for our online loan processing platforms," said Wayne Anderson, chief marketing officer for ePointMarketing.
org, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, American Widows Project, Back on My Feet, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys and Girls Club, Christmas Providers, FiSCA Scholarship Program, Genesis Women's Shelter, Junior Achievement, March of Dimes, Mended Little Hearts, MenzFit, Movember Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy Association, National Breast Cancer Foundation, National Down Syndrome Society, Operation Gratitude, Stars Scholarship Fund, Toys for Tots and Vogel Alcove.
26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Eight high school students are heading to college with $2,000 scholarships from ACE Cash Express and the Financial Service Centers of America(FiSCA), as part of the 14th annual FiSCA scholarship program.
About FiSCA FiSCA, founded in 1987, is the national trade association for more than 6,500 individual financial service centers across the United States.
According to FiSCA (Financial Service Centers of America), the check cashers' national trade association, the US Treasury Department shows there are 21,000 non-bank money service businesses nationwide.