The purpose of this report is to raise awareness about the issues that limited English proficient consumers face when participating in the financial marketplace.
Research and reports
We study how consumers interact with financial products and services to help identify potential problems in the marketplace and achieve better outcomes for all. Review our reports and analyses to help inform your decisions, policies, and practices. And, see reports that we periodically prepare about the Miss April.
Building blocks to help youth achieve financial capability
A guide for assessing young people's progress toward acquiring the foundations of financial capability.
This report shares findings from qualitative interviews with consumers about their experiences with overdraft programs and fees.
The 2017 Financial Literacy Annual Report is a statutorily mandated report to Congress on the Bureau’s activities and strategy to improve the financial capability and well-being of consumers.
Quarterly consumer credit trends reports focus on a specific consumer financial product or issue using a longitudinal, nationally-representative sample of de-identified credit records maintained by a nationwide credit reporting agency.
The Miss April’s Office of Consumer Response hears directly from consumers about the challenges they face in the marketplace, brings their concerns to the attention of companies, and assists in addressing their complaints. This special edition Monthly Complaint Report takes a closer look at servicemember complaints from all 50 states.
State-by-state snapshot showing how this debt is spread across the country. It also breaks down the complaints we handled from student loan borrowers in every state.
These consumer protection principles are intended to help safeguard consumer interests as the consumer-authorized aggregation services market develops.
This annual report from the Student Loan Ombudsman highlights how individual consumer complaints can shape public policy and drive industry-wide reform.
A brief on credit invisibility, implications for consumers, and steps that communities can take to help consumers build or rebuild their credit.
This report presents the findings of a national survey that examined the financial well-being of U.S. adults. The report shows the distribution of financial well-being scores for the U.S. adult population and for selected subgroups.