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Category: Info for consumers |
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Aproveche al máximo su reembolso de impuestos del 2021

Sepa porqué debería declarar sus impuestos en este 2021, y cómo la normativa “revise el pasado” del IRS le permite usar su ingreso del 2019 o del 2020 para recibir los mayores créditos fiscales posibles.

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Category: Info for consumers |
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Get the most out of your tax refund in 2021

Learn why you should file your taxes in 2021, and how the IRS’ “lookback rule” allows you to use 2019 or 2020 income to get the most out of your Earned Income Tax Credit or Child Tax Credit.

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Category: Director's notebook |
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The Bureau is taking much-needed action to protect consumers, particularly the most economically vulnerable

Last week, I was honored to have been appointed Acting Director of the CFPB by the President. Having joined the Bureau in 2011, I have seen firsthand the impact of the Bureau’s mission and the incredible work being done by its staff. I know that the Bureau’s staff shares my devotion to the Bureau’s mission, and I look forward to serving in this latest capacity.

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Bureau takes additional steps to foster an inclusive financial system

I am pleased to announce that the Bureau has published the “Statement Regarding the Provision of Financial Products and Services to Consumers with Limited English Proficiency.” The Statement provides principles and guidelines to inform and assist financial institutions seeking to better serve LEP consumers in non-English languages.

Category: Data, research, and reports |
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Credit card debt fell even for consumers who were having financial difficulties before the pandemic

We use the Bureau’s Making Ends Meet survey to study whether financially vulnerable consumers have turned to credit card debt during the coronavirus pandemic. We find that credit card debt fell even for consumers who were financially vulnerable before the pandemic.

Category: Policy and compliance |
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Fall 2020 Rulemaking Agenda

Under the Regulatory Flexibility Act, federal agencies must publish regulatory agendas twice a year. As an independent regulatory agency, we have been voluntarily participating in the Unified Agenda, which is led by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).