I’m thrilled for the invitation to address members of the Credit Union National Association. Since becoming Director in December 2018, I have appreciated the cooperative relationship the Bureau has with CUNA.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) released today the results of a pilot study, Planning for tax-time savings, launched with the tax preparation company H&R Block that shows that simple messages encouraging customers to use their prepaid card to save at tax time increased the likelihood that they would do so.
Speech at the Bipartisan Policy Center By Kathleen L. Kraninger, Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Thank you to our hosts for the invitation, and to all of you for coming today. I’m particularly honored to be at a forum focused on bringing people together from across the political spectrum to forge commonsense solutions for the pressing issues facing our Nation.
Crossposted from Medium.com. This column was originally posted online on April 5, 2016. Each year at this time, many consumers receive the largest lump sum payment they will see all year – their income tax refund. This seems like it should be a “golden moment” to save. But for many people, making ends meet throughout […]
Defendants Would Pay a Total of $438,000 in Redress and another $438,000 in Civil Penalties WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that, together with the Navajo Nation, it is taking action against companies and individuals who operated an illegal tax-refund scheme. The scheme was based on tax-preparation franchises steering low-income […]
My name is Rohit Chopra, and I serve as an Assistant Director at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau), where I lead an office that focuses on issues facing students and young Americans. In 2011, I was also designated by the Secretary of the Treasury as the Student Loan Ombudsman within the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a new role established by Congress in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Today’s proposal builds on a final rule on international money transfers that was published by the Bureau on February 7, 2012, and later supplemented on August 20, 2012. The final rule creates a comprehensive consumer protection regime for remittance transfers sent by consumers in the United States to individuals and businesses in foreign countries.