It might not be the credit card companies or banks breaking financial news this week, but you can be sure these stories will affect your personal finances.
May 16, 2013
Millions of families are buckling under massive credit card debt and student loan debt. So why is the government raking in billions in profits from that misery?
November 5, 2012
Many of the banks affected by Hurricane Sandy are at least partly opened for consumers. They all have extended courtesy fee waivers, which means many won’t face credit card payment late fees or NSF charges.
October 19, 2012
President Obama reminded Americans he signed the Lilly Ledbetter Act in 2009, but what does it mean for the wallets of millions of American women?
October 15, 2012
Big changes are coming in the financial sector if Romney & Ryan win the White House. One of those changes is the repealing Dodd Frank, the bill that put into place CFPB.
September 17, 2012
A full one-third of Americans say they’re living in a lower class from a financial perspective than they were four years ago as debates roll on about whether we’re in a recession or not.
June 18, 2012
So far, the CFPB credit card complaint database is being hailed as the first real step towards financial transparency. It’s expected mortgages and student loans are next on the agency’s radar.