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CFPB Makes Somewhat Unsurprising Finding in the Ridiculously Complicated World of Student Loan Repayment

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released a student loan industry report yesterday that shows 9 in 10 high risk borrowers were not enrolled in federal affordable (or income-driven) repayment plans (IDR) – plans that allow people to make payments based on how much they earn.

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TransUnion Finds Struggling Consumers Pay Off Unsecured Personal Loans First

A new study from TransUnion has revealed that when faced with the choice of which debts to pay, consumers in financial distress are choosing to prioritize unsecured personal loans ahead of others such as auto loans, mortgages and credit cards.

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Best Practices in Right-Party Contacts: A TransUnion True Talk

Thursday, May 23 at 3pm ET - a free webinar from TransUnion. The collections landscape is constantly changing. Being nimble and quick in decision making is imperative. Understanding delinquency and liquidation rates, as well as regulatory  requirements is critical to grasping the macroeconomic environment and developing a long-term strategy. However, many of these things aren’t currently within your control. Get the insight you need next Tuesday - register now!

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