Posts Tagged - 'payday loans'

Is CFPB Facing Massive Changes?

June 25, 2013, by Jon Dell

CFPB is facing heat again for simply doing its job. Republicans continue to undermine the agency and Director Cordray’s efforts.

Payday Loans and Continuing Controversy

June 18, 2013, by Antonio Bard

Will payday loan companies always be seen as the black sheep in the financial family of products? It could be sooner rather than later as banks continue to toe their way in.

Foreclosures and Credit Reports

April 24, 2013, by Beth May

4 million Americans faced foreclosures that never should have happened and now, they’re realizing just how hard it is to remove them from their credit reports.

States’ AGs Oppose New Payday Loan Bill

October 17, 2012, by Evita Page

Payday loan companies could be getting a break from the federal government. States are worried a new law would ease the restrictions on these companies.

The Numbers: Payday Loans

August 10, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Payday loans have become more mainstream in a tough economy. A new report by the Pew Center outlines just how many Americans are turning to these expensive financial products.

Slow Lending: Why is CFPB to Blame?

July 27, 2012, by Jon Dell

Republicans are upset with CFPB for not kick starting the slow lending pace in the U.S. The question is why – especially since it’s done more in the past year than most elected officials.

More Stupid Money Decisions

July 13, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Take a look at a few more stupid money mistakes we’ve all made at some point. From neglecting our credit report to falling into the cycle of payday loans, there’s always a better way.