National Consumer Law Center Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • National Consumer Law Center's estimated annual revenue is currently $15M per year.(i)
  • National Consumer Law Center's estimated revenue per employee is $178,571

Employee Data

  • National Consumer Law Center has 84 Employees.(i)
  • National Consumer Law Center grew their employee count by 15% last year.
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The National Consumer Law Center works to defend the rights of low-income consumers and to advance economic justice. NCLC concentrates on working for fairness in financial services, wealth building and financial health, a stop to predatory lending and consumer fraud, and protection of basic energy and utility services for low income families. NCLC devotes special attention to vulnerable populations including immigrants, elders, homeowners, former welfare recipients, victims of domestic violence, military personnel, and others.



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National Consumer Law Center News

2022-04-20 - Former Kaplan students sue Education Dept. for debt relief

... which is representing the Kaplan borrowers along with the Project on Predatory Student Lending and National Consumer Law Center.

2022-04-17 - Giving credit where it's due - The Emancipator

Credit scores are the perfect example of how structural racism works' —Chi Chi Wu, National Consumer Law Center.

2022-04-17 - This week's podcast: Understanding the legislative and ...

... Understanding the legislative and regulatory priorities of consumer advocates: A ... Associate Director, National Consumer Law Center.

2021-05-24 - Student debt forgiveness isn't in Biden's annual budget—here's why experts say that's 'not surprising'

On the campaign trail, President Joe Biden issued his support for $10,000 of undergraduate or graduate student debt relief for every year of national or community service, up to five years and $50,000. Since then, House and Senate Democrats repeatedly urged Biden to "broadly" forgive up to $50,0 ...

2012-07-11 - NCLC wants states to address the tax-lien trap

Tax lien foreclosure sales are causing a second economic crisis in America by allowing savvy investors to jack up redemption penalties on homeowners who owe property taxes, the National Consumer Law Center said in a new study. Most state laws escalate the problem by making it difficult for tax ...

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