Supreme Court Reviews Consumer Protection Agency

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Recently the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled on a case that had to do with the regulations and rules governing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). For background, the CFPB was introduced in 2008 financial industry regulation package with the goal to specifically “protect consumers from unfair, deceptive, or abusive practices and…

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COVID Scams and How to Protect Yourself


Online and phone scammers are a constant pain, and have cost their victims around $10.5 Billion in recent estimates. Many of these types of scams involve someone either cold calling off of a phone list using a robocall, or first attacking someone’s computer with a virus and then demanding the victim call a scam company…

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Savings Tips To Weather An Unforeseen Storm

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Saving money is more important than ever to weather an unforeseen financial storm. One thing people are not particularly good at, however, is saving money. According to a recent survey by the Federal Reserve Board, a large percentage (almost 40%) of Americans would have to either borrow money or couldn’t pay for a $400 savings emergency expense.…

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