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Federal officials allege ‘redlining’ by this New Jersey bank hindered access to mortgages in majority-black and Hispanic communities.
With its high interest and fees, a pension advance could threaten your long-term security. The CFPB highlights three pension advance traps you need to avoid.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau estimates that 130,000 private student loans were initiated by Corinthian students from July 2011 to the present, with an outstanding balance of $569 million.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed suit against ITT Educational Services, accusing the for-profit company of making predatory loans to its students.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says the Credit CARD Act has reduced fees for late payments and overlimit purchases.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau tells employers that prepaid cards, which often come loaded with fees, can’t be employees’ only option for being paid.
There are the conventional ways to protect yourself from credit card fraud, and then there’s the nuclear option — a credit freeze. Here are the pros and cons of each.
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has released a list of credit card companies, banks and credit unions that let customers check their credit score for free.
Mortgage shopping differs depending on whether you are single or part of a couple. Here are some things to keep in mind when trying to land a great rate.
We’ve all seen the ads: Protect your credit for just $9.95 a month! Worth the money? Here are three reasons why it’s not.
Initiatives by President Donald Trump and GOP lawmakers promise major changes to financial regulations that could undermine some recent consumer protections.
The president’s eight-year stint in the White House is coming to a close, but his presence will be felt for a long time — in laws, ongoing debates and even books about birds and bugs.
Ever get sucked into a paid subscription or click through pages of ads while trying to get your free credit score? This may explain why.