budgets

Bank budgeting apps tell story of the pandemic’s impact on consumers

06/19/20

With money flow suddenly stifled for millions of customers, demand for money management tools has skyrocketed.

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Kraninger wants more money for CFPB. White House has a different plan.

02/20/20

The Trump administration proposes cutting personnel and other budgetary items at the bureau, while the agency’s director — who controls the purse strings and was hand-picked by the administration — aims to boost spending and hire more employees.

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Affordable housing cuts, CFPB funding: Takeaways from Trump budget

02/10/20

The administration proposed to end the housing trust funds now financed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and to subject numerous agencies to the congressional appropriations process, among other things.

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Affordable housing cuts, CFPB funding: Takeaways from Trump budget

02/10/20

The administration proposed to end the housing trust funds now financed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and to subject numerous agencies to the congressional appropriations process, among other things.

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NCUA approves budget, delays capital plan. No one's happy.

12/12/19

The National Credit Union Administration board signed off on a controversial budget, and it delayed its risk-based capital rule to buy itself time amid complaints by bankers.

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‘We were willing to shock historical norms’: Otting on OCC’s makeover

05/19/19

The comptroller, now a year and a half on the job, discusses his attempts to revamp the supervision process for national banks and make the agency run more efficiently.

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Would CFPB nominee hamstring the agency by slashing its budget?

09/04/18

Kathy Kraninger has been tight-lipped about her plans for the consumer bureau, but some point to signs that she could curb the agency's power by reducing staff and other costs.

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CFPB has plenty of options for slashing its budget

02/28/18

The acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has made clear he wants to rein in the bureau’s spending, but what exactly he plans to cut is a mystery.

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‘I am not trying to starve the agency,' CFPB chief reiterates

01/23/18

Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, said his zero-funding request for the agency is not meant to drain it of resources.

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Fiscal Cliff- We Survived the Fall - Now What??

01/14/13
If there was a real "fiscal" Cliff, at least three-quarters (¾) of Congress would have been
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