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Payday loans are a bad idea for military members during government shutdown, Keesler says - The Sun Herald


The Sun Herald

Payday loans are a bad idea for military members during government shutdown, Keesler says
The Sun Herald
Keesler Air Force Base is urging military members to avoid taking out payday loans during the government shutdown and instead to check with military friendly banks. “If you or your families are concerned about your financial situation going into this ...

Florida on verge of giving payday-loan industry changes it wants - Palm Beach Post


Palm Beach Post

Florida on verge of giving payday-loan industry changes it wants
Palm Beach Post
Rule changes for payday-loan industry backed by the industry and opposed by AARP and Florida Legal Services move along in Florida Legislature.
Lawmakers back longer, higher-interest payday loans - Orlando ...Orlando Sentinel

all 2 news articles »

Payday loan reform bill gets second hearing in House | Local News ... - The Star Beacon


The Star Beacon

Payday loan reform bill gets second hearing in House | Local News ...
The Star Beacon
Austinburg Township Fiscal Officer David Thomas testifies before the Ohio House Government Accountability and Oversight Committee on Ohio House Bill 123, designed to protect consumers from high interest rates and fees on short-term or “payday” loans ...

and more »

Federal payday lending rule could face repeal amid new battle - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Federal payday lending rule could face repeal amid new battle
USA TODAY
Consumer advocates and business groups are battling anew over the possibility the Trump administration will eliminate a rule enacted to ensure that borrowers who take out high-interest loans between paychecks can pay them back. Clashing with support ...

and more »

Florida Lawmakers Could Change Payday Loan Rules | WGCU News - WGCU News


WGCU News

Florida Lawmakers Could Change Payday Loan Rules | WGCU News
WGCU News
Florida lawmakers have started moving forward with a proposal to revamp rules for the payday-loan industry, allowing customers to borrow larger amounts of.

and more »

Poll: Voters want cap on payday loan rates, but what about ... - Indianapolis Star


Indianapolis Star

Poll: Voters want cap on payday loan rates, but what about ...
Indianapolis Star
One bill would cap rates for small, short-term loans at 36% APR, another would create a new installment option.

and more »

Need emergency cash? Payday loans aren't your only alternative. - Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Need emergency cash? Payday loans aren't your only alternative.
Christian Science Monitor
At the same time, efforts are growing to provide alternatives, like the “borrow-and-save” loan Martinez used to fix her car. It's one of the ways that credit unions, small banks, advocates for low-income families, and an increasing number of employers ...

CFPB Signals Shift by Dropping Payday Lender Lawsuit - Bloomberg


Bloomberg

CFPB Signals Shift by Dropping Payday Lender Lawsuit
Bloomberg
Earlier this month, a federal judge in Manhattan sentenced payday loan mogul Scott Tucker to 17 years in prison. Jurors found Tucker and his lawyer guilty of collecting unlawful debts, using misleading contracts and falsely stating that the businesses ...
Cordray rips 'zealots and toadies' axing payday loan rulesThe Columbus Dispatch
CFPB to reconsider final payday loan ruleThe National Law Review
The Week in Public Finance: Feds to Revisit Payday Loan Restrictions, a Pot Appeal and a Better Way to Do Property ...Governing
CFO -Financial Regulation News -Law360 -Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
all 104 news articles »

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Payday loans are a bad idea for military members during government shutdown, Keesler says - The Sun Herald


The Sun Herald

Payday loans are a bad idea for military members during government shutdown, Keesler says
The Sun Herald
Keesler Air Force Base is urging military members to avoid taking out payday loans during the government shutdown and instead to check with military friendly banks. “If you or your families are concerned about your financial situation going into this ...

Florida on verge of giving payday-loan industry changes it wants - Palm Beach Post


Palm Beach Post

Florida on verge of giving payday-loan industry changes it wants
Palm Beach Post
Rule changes for payday-loan industry backed by the industry and opposed by AARP and Florida Legal Services move along in Florida Legislature.
Lawmakers back longer, higher-interest payday loans - Orlando ...Orlando Sentinel

all 2 news articles »

Payday loan reform bill gets second hearing in House | Local News ... - The Star Beacon


The Star Beacon

Payday loan reform bill gets second hearing in House | Local News ...
The Star Beacon
Austinburg Township Fiscal Officer David Thomas testifies before the Ohio House Government Accountability and Oversight Committee on Ohio House Bill 123, designed to protect consumers from high interest rates and fees on short-term or “payday” loans ...

and more »

Federal payday lending rule could face repeal amid new battle - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Federal payday lending rule could face repeal amid new battle
USA TODAY
Consumer advocates and business groups are battling anew over the possibility the Trump administration will eliminate a rule enacted to ensure that borrowers who take out high-interest loans between paychecks can pay them back. Clashing with support ...

and more »

Florida Lawmakers Could Change Payday Loan Rules | WGCU News - WGCU News


WGCU News

Florida Lawmakers Could Change Payday Loan Rules | WGCU News
WGCU News
Florida lawmakers have started moving forward with a proposal to revamp rules for the payday-loan industry, allowing customers to borrow larger amounts of.

and more »

Poll: Voters want cap on payday loan rates, but what about ... - Indianapolis Star


Indianapolis Star

Poll: Voters want cap on payday loan rates, but what about ...
Indianapolis Star
One bill would cap rates for small, short-term loans at 36% APR, another would create a new installment option.

and more »

Need emergency cash? Payday loans aren't your only alternative. - Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Need emergency cash? Payday loans aren't your only alternative.
Christian Science Monitor
At the same time, efforts are growing to provide alternatives, like the “borrow-and-save” loan Martinez used to fix her car. It's one of the ways that credit unions, small banks, advocates for low-income families, and an increasing number of employers ...

CFPB Signals Shift by Dropping Payday Lender Lawsuit - Bloomberg


Bloomberg

CFPB Signals Shift by Dropping Payday Lender Lawsuit
Bloomberg
Earlier this month, a federal judge in Manhattan sentenced payday loan mogul Scott Tucker to 17 years in prison. Jurors found Tucker and his lawyer guilty of collecting unlawful debts, using misleading contracts and falsely stating that the businesses ...
Cordray rips 'zealots and toadies' axing payday loan rulesThe Columbus Dispatch
CFPB to reconsider final payday loan ruleThe National Law Review
The Week in Public Finance: Feds to Revisit Payday Loan Restrictions, a Pot Appeal and a Better Way to Do Property ...Governing
CFO -Financial Regulation News -Law360 -Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
all 104 news articles »