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By K.K. MacKinstry The bank claims the fine amount is ‘unprecedented in its magnitude’ because Bank of America is routinely not punished for its criminal behavior.
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View story at Medium.com View story at Medium.com Are Boomers Really Doing Well? I was inspired by this piece in the Boston Globe about how the Boomers have ruined everything to go into the Survey of Consumer Finances and see just how well the Boomers are actually doing, at least as far as wealth goes.
A notice to quit in an eviction after foreclosure in California is the topic of this blog post.
A notice to quit in an eviction after foreclosure in California is required by California law. 1,023 more words
What a shocker. Would you believe that instead of vetting (extremely, bigly, like the immigrants) that Trump is feting the Wall Street criminal geniuses that blew up the economy? 606 more words
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The nominations of Steven Mnuchin to lead the Treasury and Tom Price to run Health and Human Services ran into roadblocks Tuesday after Democrats staged a boycott as part of an intensified battle against some of President Donald Trump’s nominees.
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The fine, assessed by the Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, satisfies a provision of a previous consent order against Lender Processing Services.
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50 years ago Congress decided to slap punitive measures on lenders who ignore or attempt to go around (table-funded loans) existing laws on required disclosures — instead of creating a super agency that would review every loan closing before it could be consummated.