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Survey: Most CFOs laud Simpson-Bowles
Many CFOs point to one approach to solving the nation's fiscal woes, a survey finds.
Expect slow economic growth in 2013?
The tug of war on taxes
Obama versus Romney on financial reform
Recent financial reform stories
How investors can sidestep Wall Street greed
There's a double standard among financial advisers. One can help you, the other can hurt you.
Fed faces intense criticism over bank rule
Banks are seeing red over the proposed regulations. Why do they hate the Volcker rule?
Higher bank fees on the horizon?
New caps on debit card swipe fees could prompt banks to charge more for banking services.
Financial reform pace drags on
A year after the Dodd-Frank Act, the results have barely gotten off the ground.
Dodd-Frank: financial regulation in neutral
A year after the law was approved, many consumer finance rules have yet to be carried out.
Financial reform, one year later
One year after financial reform was approved, new rules to put it into action have stalled.
Financial reform: winners and losers
Financial reform will have a far-reaching effect. Find out what the new law will mean for you.
7 hidden gems of financial reform
Buried in the law are payday loan alternatives, legal help to fight foreclosure and five more perks.
Q&A on consumer protection
A presidential adviser talks about new consumer safeguards that will take shape in 2011.
Financial reforms take hold in 2011
New laws mean simplified mortgage disclosures, a consumer finance watchdog and more.
FinReg includes free credit scores
A provision in the Consumer Protection Act will bring widespread free access to credit scores.
Insurance mostly dodges financial reform
The insurance industry missed the stiffer regulation levied on banks, but it will see some scrutiny.
Investors score some gains in Dodd-Frank Act
Small investors gain more influence with financial reform, but don't expect big changes overnight.
Financial reform and your mortgage
Financial reform legislation stops lenders from selling mortgages that borrowers can't afford.
How will financial regulation affect you?
Consumers will gain greater financial protection from the new financial regulation reform measures.
Consumer protection superagency created
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will cast a wide net. Here's what it will and won't cover.
Consumers gain from financial reform
After a near collapse of major banks, consumers are getting more protection under new reforms.
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