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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a 21st century agency that implements and enforces federal consumer financial law and ensures that markets for consumer financial products are fair, transparent, and competitive.
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My new money goal
Having a plan is the easiest way to reach new money goals, navigate changes in income, or switch priorities in our lives. You would not start a road trip without mapping it out first, and the same is true
Choosing a trusted contact person can help you protect your
This guide for consumers explores how designating a trusted contact can help consumers protect their money without giving up control over their finances.
Send money abroad with more confidence
Fact sheet offering consumers an explanation about their rights and protections when they send international money transfers covered by federal rules.
Check your credit report at least once a year
Free ways to check your credit report to find and fix mistakes, update your information, and guard against identity theft.
Your disaster checklist
This is a checklist to help consumers gather the financial information they would need after an emergency.
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