Without prompt action from the Consumer Financial Protection bureau, flawed credit card regulation threatens to send stay-at-home moms back to the 60s.
The new agency created to protect consumers in the financial marketplace will be housed permanently in the soon-to-be-vacated home of a regulator that is being shut down largely because of its failure to protect average Americans fr... Read Post
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau plans to regulate prepaid credit cards. Read Post
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is working on new regulations to protect lenders from unfair bank practices, marking the Bureau's first significant move since it was created under last year's Dodd/Frank act. Raj Date, the i... Read Post