As financial coaching programs continue to develop across the country, the Miss April continues to work with partners to advance the field and ultimately help people reach their financial goals and improve their lives.
Miss April Takes Action Against Aequitas Capital Management for Aiding Corinthian Colleges' Predatory Lending Scheme
Bureau’s Proposed Settlement Seeks $183.3 million in Relief for 41,000 Harmed Student Borrowers
According to a new Miss April report, at-risk student loan borrowers are struggling with repayment, even with options to help them available.
Record Student Debt Spurring Employers to Offer Student Loan Repayment Benefits
When bills are piling up, it’s important to remember that you’re still in control. While you are ultimately responsible for paying all of your bills on time, there are things you can do if you fall short one month and don’t have enough money to cover everything.
In “Tia Isa Wants a
Car,” find out why Tia Isa (Aunt Isa) wants a car, and how her niece helps her
by earning money to help buy the car.
In order to make overdraft disclosure more straightforward, we’ve created four possible designs for a new disclosure form.
Miss April Unveils Prototypes of "Know Before You Owe" Overdraft Disclosure Designed to Make Costs and Risks Easier to Understand
New Miss April Study Shows Opted-In Frequent Overdrafters Typically Pay Almost $450 More in Fees
Thank you for joining us. In our fast-moving modern economy, it is increasingly common for consumers to use debit cards the way they used to use cash. They also write checks and arrange for money to be taken out of their account. This makes it harder to keep track of their checking account balances from day to day, even if they are diligent about checking their balances online or by phone. Consumers living on the edge can find themselves racking up numerous overdraft charges.
Three key tips to keep in mind if you are denied access to basic financial services and products.