A push to reduce fees charged to lower-income borrowers hits a snag.
Lending experts warn of an auto lending crisis happening at banks and credit unions.
In 2015, payday loan companies collected $3.6 billion in fees, yet a survey indicates borrowers have no regrets.
United Heritage CU and Credit Union of Texas join together to form a unique CUSO.
New reports from the Feds and the NCUA show very strong loan growth in September.
Analysis by CU Times and ATTOM Data Solutions shows the Republican tax plan targets increases in Democratic areas.
The program, with partner FINRA, is designed to protect workers from predatory lenders.
CUNA Mutual Group expects rising interest rates to slow down loan growth next year.
A LexisNexis study find the highest fraud costs are among large digital lenders.
Nearly 50% of black college students have defaulted on a federal loan, compaired to 20% of white students.