Consumers & Communities
The Federal Reserve advances supervision, community reinvestment, and research to increase understanding of the impacts of financial services policies and practices on consumers and communities.
Find resources if you are having a problem with a financial institution, or if you want to learn more on other consumer-related topics, such as credit and debit cards, credit reports, and deposit accounts.
A series of infographics from a research study on Enterprising and Informal Work Activities (EIWA), often called the gig economy in the media, have been created to illustrate the growing prevalence of alternative work arrangements.
The Federal Reserve Board is accepting applications for membership on its Community Advisory Council (CAC). Members share perspectives on the economic conditions and financial services needs of consumers and communities.
Supervision & Enforcement
Research & Analysis
Harvesting Opportunity: The Power of Regional Food System Investments to Transform Communities
August 3, 2017