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  • States crack down on for-profit colleges, student loan industry

    WASHINGTON When Murray Hastie returned to New York in January 2006 after two tours of duty in Iraq, he hoped to use the GI Bill to complete his college education.
  • Mortgage Payment Isn't Late, So Why Do Banks Keep Calling?

    Mortgage Payment Isn't Late, So Why Do Banks Keep Calling?
    Greg Wolff doesn't need a calendar to know it's right after the first of the month: the phone calls from his mortgage company start coming, sometimes twice a day. And the Cheshire resident still has days left before the payment grace period runs out....

    Data compilers' secret scores have consumers pegged — fairly or not

    Consumers won access to their credit scores more than a decade ago, after advocates voiced concerns over errors and lending bias. But most people remain in the dark about hundreds of other data-collection programs still being used to size up consumers...

    Pew: 'Gotcha' rules still needed at banks

    The nation's biggest banks are doing a better job of clearly disclosing key terms and fees on checking accounts, but more rules are needed to protect consumers from "gotcha" overdraft fees and from signing away rights for settling disputes, according to a...

    Car insurance getting more federal scrutiny

    Next up for Dodd-Frank enforcers: the car insurance industry. Having already influenced how banks and credit card companies deal with consumers, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act also gives a new federal insurance office the...