Here's what we're reading in November 2018
BCFP Files Amicus Brief in U.S. Supreme Court Case, Concludes Law Firm Did Not Engage in Debt Collection by Initiating Nonjudicial Foreclosure
Consumers with Bankruptcies, Tax Liens, or Civil Judgments on Their Experian Credit Reports May Be Affected by a Settlement
Here's what we're reading in October 2018
What happens to college loans if the borrower dies? That dependsMarkets Work In Higher Education: Tuition Fees Are Starting To Fall
Ex-student loan official: ‘We dropped a trillion dollars of debt into the market’ with little thought to oversight
Plaintiff Can Sue as "Consumer" Under FDCPA Despite Claiming Credit Card Debt Not His, Seventh Circuit Rules
Study finds physical and financial health are linkedConsumers who struggle with money are more likely to face health issuesConsumer Reports: Medical debt hurts your credit score
Cory Gardner bill would let employers make up to $10,000 a year in tax-free contributions to ease workers’ student loan debt
Menendez, Booker, Colleagues Demand Mulvaney Explain Vetting Process of CFPB Political Appointees after Racist and Sexist Blog Post Surfaces
Congressional Candidate Tracy Mitrano J.D. ’95 Advocates for Reduction of Student Loans in Interview With The Sun
Here's what we're reading in September 2018
THERE COULD BE A FINANCIAL CRASH BEFORE END OF TRUMP'S FIRST TERM, EXPERTS SAY, CITING LOOMING DEBTS
Student loans hold the top spot for millennials’ debt across the United States
Here's what we're reading in August 2018
McCaskill Bill Prevents Seniors from Being Forced into Poverty in an Attempt to Recoup Student Loan Debt
Here's what we're reading in July 2018
U.S. Department of Education Takes Action to Protect Student Borrowers, Hold Higher Education Institutions Accountable for Deceptive Practices
Here's what we're reading in April 2018
Business Insider reports on how consumers have piled on debt since the election. Consumer debt now 45% higher than it was at the economic bust in 2008.
NPR reports on how the CFPB has been taken over by those who would rather protect banks than consumers.
here’s an agency that’s supposed to be policing, enforcing, being a watchdog over the financial industry, and Mick Mulvaney is now saying, well, we’re going to use this agency to deregulate parts of this industry.