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2 Hour SAFE_Stating the Facts: Truth-in-Lending Act Fundamentals_Online Self Paced_Course Number 4309

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Congress enacted the Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA) as Title I of the Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA). TILA is a law that is intended to protect consumers in the financial marketplace by providing them with disclosures that will help them to understand the financial products that they are purchasing. TILA is now 46 years old, and since its enactment in 1968, the law and its implementing regulations, which are known as Regulation Z, have been subject to numerous amendments. Many of these amendments were made to address market conditions, mortgage products, and lending practices that did not exist at the time of TILA’s enactment. As loan products have changed, so have the disclosures that are intended to alert consumers of the risks associated with them. This course will review the various provisions of TILA and Regulation Z, including those related to disclosures, the right of rescission, advertising, and penalties for violations. This course will also present real life situations in the form of Discussion Scenarios, in order to enhance understanding of the topics presented.


Sep 17, 2020


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