State and Local Governments Seek to Curtail Cashless Movement

State and Local Governments Seek to Curtail Cashless Movement

← Previous Article Next Article → New Jersey might soon become the second state to ban cashless stores after the state’s Senate Commerce Committee voted unanimously in favor of a bill that would require businesses to accept cash. Massachusetts is currently...
House Democrats Push Kraninger on MLA Supervision

House Democrats Push Kraninger on MLA Supervision

← Previous Article Next Article → Twenty-three Democrats on the House Financial Services Committee sent a letter to Kathy Kraninger, the newly-installed director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), urging her to reinstate supervisory...
Senate Banking Committee Has Two New Democratic Members

Senate Banking Committee Has Two New Democratic Members

← Previous Article Next Article → The Senate Banking Committee, one of the most coveted committees in Congress, has gained two new Democratic members, Senator-elect Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) and Senator Tina Smith (D-MN). They will replace Senators Joe Donnelly...
CFPB Issues New Fair Lending Report

CFPB Issues New Fair Lending Report

← Previous Article Next Article → The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released its annual Fair Lending Report last week, which covers the agency’s efforts to “fulfill its fair lending mandate” during the 2017 calendar year. Thus, most of the...
Kraninger Provides First Public Remarks as Director of the CFPB

Kraninger Provides First Public Remarks as Director of the CFPB

← Previous Article Next Article → On her first day as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Kathy Kraninger held a press conference where she announced a three-month listening tour with the agency’s stakeholders, which would include...
3 Steps to Keeping a Budget this Holiday Season

3 Steps to Keeping a Budget this Holiday Season

← Previous Article Next Article → Budgeting your personal finances is vital all year but even more essential during the holiday season when spending can be at an all-time high. To help you create a budget, the Native American Financial Services Association...

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