Review the Bureau’s accomplishments and resources for financial education and financial well-being
The Bureau’s annual Fair Lending Report to Congress highlights 2017 work to promote fair, equitable, and nondiscriminatory access to credit.
See how to better manage your cash flow by changing bill due dates.
Natural disaster assistance is reported on a minority of credit records among potentially affected consumers
Recent natural disasters, such as Hurricane Harvey in 2017, have significantly impacted some consumers financially. In this report, the Bureau examines how natural disasters are reported in consumers’ credit reports.
New financial education resources to help teachers bring youth financial capability into the classroom
The new “Teaching the Building Blocks" provides teachers with activities and resources that help integrate the Building Blocks of Youth Financial Education into their curriculum.
Building and retaining savings is important because it provides a financial foundation on which to plan for the future.
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection released the findings of its assessment of the Remittance Rule, which provides protections to international money transfers. The report describes the Rule, the market, and the Bureau’s findings on the Rule’s effectiveness in meeting factors outlined in the Dodd-Frank Act.
The Bureau held a forum on child savings accounts. We produced a report on the forum so that you can learn more about how states and communities are offering opportunities for families to save for post-secondary education.
This edition of our 50 state report provides data on U.S.- and state-level complaints.
BCFP released a new research report on the geographic patterns of credit invisibility. Consumers who are “credit invisible” have no credit histories. This is the third in a series of Bureau studies on consumers with limited credit histories.