The semiannual update of our rulemaking agenda.
Receiving a call from a debt collector can be stressful. Your first instinct may be to hide or ignore the situation and hope it goes away. But that can make things worse. We have resources to help you respond to debt collectors.
These organizations that will integrate financial empowerment into their existing services for consumers with disabilities.
Employers and HR professionals are growing more aware of the ways stress over money affects people in the workplace. Here are some resources to help organizations implement a workplace-based financial wellness program.
We want to raise awareness on ways you can help people in your community become credit visible in a positive way.
In “Those Shoes,”
find out what happens when Jeremy turns down the boots his grandmother planned
to buy him, and buys himself sneakers like all the other kids are wearing.
Arbitration clauses in consumer financial product and service contracts like credit cards and bank accounts prevent groups of people from taking companies to court for harms that affect many people. Our new rule will help the many people who are harmed together take action together.
We’ve been alerted to continued reports of mortgage closing scams. According to reports, scammers target the homebuyers nearing their closing date and use email to pose as real estate professionals and/or settlement agents and get the consumer to transfer closing funds to an account controlled by the scammer.
Our recent report discusses the most common financial complaints reported by consumers across the 50 states and D.C.
Si usted es maestro, militar, personal de primeros auxilios, o empleado del gobierno, o trabaja en otra área del servicio público, y tiene deudas de préstamos estudiantiles, podría estar cubierto bajo el programa de Perdón de Préstamos por Servicio Público (PSLF, por sus siglas en inglés).