It's that time of year again when days are longer, temperatures are higher and auto dealers advertise some of the most tempting deals. And while there's nothing new about new car fever or the annual ad blitz, there's a good ...
Often consumers have opinions but wonder if anyone is listening. The proposed payday lending rule is a time when the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau not only is listening, but is relying on consumers and organizations to weigh in.
Each person after the age of 18, the legal age of adulthood, should have a Power of Attorney document in place.
Google, the internet's leading search engine, announced that effective July 1 it will ban ads for payday loans and other loan products that require full repayment within 60 days.
We have heard that Prince did not prepare a will. We will never know why not.
As a nation prepares to elect a president, a new Congress and scores of state and local officials, recent enforcement actions suggest that instead of many businesses and corporations complying with fair lending laws for consumers, huge settlements continue for ...
While economists contend that the economic recession is over, the reality for much of Black America is starkly different.
On April 14, in an effort to help troubled homeowners keep their homes, the Federal Housing Finance Agency announced a one-time, limited offer.
A diverse coalition of Christian leaders are proclaiming that payday lending is not just a legal problem, but a moral one as well.
As you enjoy the beauty that will come with this season's spring blossoms, think also of how to make time to review and renew these cornerstone documents, to assure a beautiful legacy for your loved ones for the seasons that ...
Every once in a while a congressional committee hearing can almost seem like a time to grab your popcorn and a seat to hear the exchanges and varying opinions.
When it comes to consumer concerns, debt collection remains the top complaint most often reported to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Although the former Corinthian Colleges, once one of the nation's largest for-profit colleges, closed its doors last year, many of the problems incurred by its former students persist.
Sometimes you just have to wonder what members of Congress are thinking about.
While law enforcement comes after discriminatory acts have already been committed, a new advocacy effort appeals for dealers to change their practices to prevent further discrimination in auto lending.