The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed to extend its oversight to auto finance lenders that are not banks.
Payments for used car loans are on the rise, while loans to credit-challenged car buyers are not being given as freely.
You might be eligible for a tax break if you’re owed money and there’s no hope of repayment.
OCC survey finds banks eased underwriting standards for business and consumer loans.
Credit unions see lending outpace spending for the first time since 2007.
Four major U.S. banks exit deposit advance business, but might not be gone for long.
Various factors stalling the housing market are contributing to a lower forecast in loan originations.
Consumer advocacy groups ask federal regulators to step up bank scrutiny.
A jumbo mortgage is more readily available for the right type of borrower.
Using your car as collateral for a loan is a slippery slope for many consumers leading to increased debt.