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  • Owning a home is a big decision–and more and more single women are taking the plunge. Find out what every homebuyer needs to know

    Making the move to homeownership on your own or with someone else | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Three decades ago, over 80 percent of homebuyers were married. In 2016, only 66 percent were married. While married couples continue to make up the largest share of homebuyers, the share of single women buying homes has risen significantly since the mid-'80s.

  • Owning a home is a big decision–and more and more single women are taking the plunge. Find out what every homebuyer needs to know

    Making the move to homeownership on your own or with someone else | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Three decades ago, over 80 percent of homebuyers were married. In 2016, only 66 percent were married. While married couples continue to make up the largest share of homebuyers, the share of single women buying homes has risen significantly since the mid-'80s.

  • We have built — and continue to build — a diverse, talented, and highly qualified supervision and examination staff to execute on all of our important goals. Now, we need you!

    Join our Examiner team

    Learn more at www.consumerfinance.gov/jobs/supervision

  • All student loan borrowers have the right to pay off their student loans as fast as they can, but some borrowers who try to make extra payments may run into servicing roadblocks. Learn more about how to protect yourself and avoid getting knocked off.

  • Today’s student debt crisis significantly impacts communities of color. Learn more.

    The significant impact of student debt on communities of color | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Rising student debt is one of the more painful aftershocks of the Great Recession. Millions of Americans lost their jobs and homes, while others lost much of their household wealth. This decrease in household wealth has continued to put a strain on the ways families pay for higher education expenses, often shifting the burden of paying for college from the family to the student.

  • CFPB Director Rich Cordray comments on the recent historic Wells Fargo enforcement action.

    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Fines Wells Fargo $100 Million for Widespread Illegal Practice of Secretly Opening Unauthorized Accounts | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Our vision is a consumer finance marketplace that works for American consumers, responsible providers, and the economy as a whole.

  • Financial exploitation costs older Americans billions of dollars a year. This abuse is robbing older Americans of their resources, dignity and quality of life, which many will never recover. Learn more:

    Older Americans are not alone in the fight to stop financial abuse > Blog > Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Recent studies suggest that financial exploitation-the illegal or improper use of an older American's funds, property or assets-is the most common form of elder abuse. This abuse is costing older Americans billions of dollars a year, with as many as 17 percent of Americans 65 and older reporting that they have been the victim of financial exploitation.

  • We believe you have the right to someone in your financial corner. From paying for college to planning for retirement, our free resources provide you with accurate, unbiased information so you can make the money decisions you believe are best.

    You have the right to someone in your financial corner > Blog > Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Harry noticed that his son Ari, a servicemember, was struggling with his car loan, so he reached out to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. His story led to our investigation into an auto loan program that we found was using deceptive marketing and lending practices to target servicemembers.

  • If you have a card, you might have been using it a lot lately to purchase gifts, meals, and travel expenses. That’s why we’re sharing six tips you should keep in mind when using your credit card this season—or any time.

    6 tips for using your credit card this season > Blog > Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Your favorite store is having a holiday sale. You've bought all your items on your shopping list, but you're tempted to peek in the store to look for a few last minute gifts. You also realized that you're a little short with cash on hand. How will you pay for these purchases?

  • This first-of-its-kind tool provides questions that educators and others working to build financial capability can use to accurately and consistently quantify the financial well-being of consumers.

    CFPB Releases Tool to Help Measure Financial Well-Being > Newsroom > Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Resource Will Provide Questions Financial Educators Can Use to Assess the Financial Wellness of Consumers WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is releasing a tool to measure consumer financial well-being, based on a definition that the Bureau released in January 2015.

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