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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a U.S. government agency that works to ensure banks, lenders, and other financial companies treat consumers fairly. As you work through our financial wellness program, be sure to take advantage of all of the free resources and information they provide.

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Financial Well-Being in America

In 2017, the CFPB produced a financial well-being scale based on a nationwide survey of adults, spanning all demographics. These findings provide useful insight into which individuals fare relatively well and which individuals are at risk for facing financial challenges.

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How Much Money Should I Keep in Savings?

Emergency fund or new opportunities? We’ll help you decide how much money to keep in savings.

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4 Ways Bank Fees Steal Your Wealth

$3 here and $10 there may not seem like much, but over time these fees will take large chunks out of your hard-earned cash.

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Natural Disasters and Mortgage Banks

Mortgage bankers encounter unique complications when dealing with natural disasters.

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