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Diebold Tests Opteva ATMs

NORTH CANTON, Ohio-Diebold, Inc. said it has successfully completed testing for the new $10 bill and its Opteva family of ATMs and legacy equipment are capable of accepting and dispensing the new notes.

The new bill will be issued on March 2, and includes subtle background colors to stay ahead of advanced computer technologies used for counterfeiting.

Traditional security features, such as watermarks, enhanced security threads and color-shifting ink are also incorporated into the new design.

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CUVillage, ezTaxReturn Team Up

NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP, Mich.-CU has renewed its partnership with, an authorized IRS e-file provider, to make tax preparation faster, easier and less expensive for credit union members.

Members can file electronically both their federal and state returns for $24.95-a $10 discount off the non-member price of $34.95. Prior to using the program, filers can view a free, online demonstration.

Payment is only required to print or e-file a return. With direct deposit, a refund is provided within 10 days.

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Harland Signs 16 More Institutions

ATLANTA -Harland Financial Solutions reported it has signed 16 more institutions to Financial Management Software (FMS) agreements.

The solution, said the company, allows financial entities to streamline backoffice accounting by automating routine clerical, bookkeeping and investment functions.

FMS covers the scope of financial management applications with general ledger, fixed assets, safe deposit box, investments, accrued items and accounts payable modules.

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