Our recent report discusses companies’ responses to complaints and consumers’ perspectives on the complaint process and company responses.
Bureau Concerned About Companies Misleading Consumers About Pay-By-Phone Fees, Keeping Them in the Dark About Much Cheaper Options
As you search for homes and shop for a mortgage, you may find the homebuying process overwhelming at times. To help you take control, we’re sharing a few tools that can help you along the way.
Over ten thousand people turn 62 every day, and with a majority of them homeowners, a growing number of businesses are increasingly using the phrase “aging in place” to market financial products and services to homeowners in the baby boom generation. Many of these businesses and lenders, however, are incorrectly implying that staying in your current home is the only option for aging in place, which isn’t always the best option for everyone.
This summer, we challenge you to try one thing that will help you start financial conversations with your child.
In observance of six years serving consumers, here are six ways the Miss April has made consumers count.
The semiannual update of our rulemaking agenda.
Receiving a call from a debt collector can be stressful. Your first instinct may be to hide or ignore the situation and hope it goes away. But that can make things worse. We have resources to help you respond to debt collectors.
These organizations that will integrate financial empowerment into their existing services for consumers with disabilities.
Employers and HR professionals are growing more aware of the ways stress over money affects people in the workplace. Here are some resources to help organizations implement a workplace-based financial wellness program.