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 Finance Data Directory

Finance Data Directory

The purpose of the Finance Data Directory is to make it easier for members of the public, software developers, and other innovators to promote financial capability by using finance data to create personal finance tools. This page contains a selection of federal data sets relevant for financial consumers and investors, along with short descriptions of each data set and links to sites where you will be able to find, download, and share the data. You can also explore Data.gov for finance and other data sets.

This listing will be updated as new data sets become available. If you have suggestions for additional data sets that should be included in this list, or would like to be notified when new data sets become available, please contact Sophie.Raseman@Treasury.gov and Nick.Bramble@Treasury.gov.

 

Source Link to Data on Agency Website Description Data.gov Link
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau CFPB Consumer Complaint Database Database of consumer credit card complaints received by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, with tools to search and visualize complaints based on zip code, response, volume, and issue.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau CFPB Credit Card Agreement Database Database of credit card agreements from more than 300 card issuers. Agreements can be searched by name of the issuer or by text within the agreement.
Department of Commerce / Bureau of Economic Analysis Integrated Macroeconomic Accounts for the United States Aggregate data related to income and spending, capital formation, and financial transactions for households and non-profits serving households.
Department of Education Federal Student Aid Gateway Central source of information relating to the federal financial assistance programs, authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. Information includes Student Aid data (application volume by state, Title IV loan volume by school, and default rates); School Data (information about 6,000 institutions that participate in Title IV programs), and reports on lenders and guaranty agencies related to the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) program.
Department of Education Your Own Education Data The MyData Initiative seeks for every student (or parent of an underage student) to have access to his or her own academic data in a machine-readable format. This is possible through the participation of schools and software developers who enable students to download their own data to create a personal learning profile that they can keep with them throughout their learning career. In addition, developers are encouraged to created customized services and tools for students based on the information available in their personal learning profile.
Department of Health and Human Services Healthcare Finder API Data on health insurance plans for individuals and families, as well as small groups insurance plans. All of the data used on the Finder.HealthCare.gov web application is available through this API.
Department of Housing and Urban Development American Housing Survey Data on apartments, single-family homes, mobile homes, vacant homes, family composition, income, housing and neighborhood quality, housing costs, equipment, fuels, size of housing unit, and recent movers. National data are collected every other year from a fixed sample of approximately 50,000 homes (plus new construction each year).
Department of Housing and Urban Development Government Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) Data Assessing Mortgage Purchases by Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae Single-family mortgage loans: provides information on the income, race, and gender of borrowers as well as the census tract location, loan to value, and affordability of the loans. Multi-family mortgage loans: provides information on the number, type, and affordability of units and size of property securing the loan.
Department of Housing and Urban Development Residential Finance Survey The Residential Finance Survey contains detailed information for all first mortgages including: application method, reasons for refinancing, amounts and uses of cash-outs, year of origination, use of mortgage insurance or guarantees, type of mortgage, origination amounts and current balance, interest rate, interest rate buydowns, original and remaining term of the mortgage, indexes and caps used for ARMs, and items included in and amounts of monthly payments. Similar but less detailed information is reported for junior mortgages and home equity lines of credit. Information is organized by tenure--owner-occupied, rental, and vacant units--and by number of units in the property.
Department of Labor / Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Expenditure Survey Two surveys--the Quarterly Interview Survey and the Diary Survey--providing information on the buying habits of American consumers, including data on their expenditures, income, and consumer unit (e.g., family or single consumer) characteristics.
Department of Labor / Employee Benefits Security Administration Retirement and Welfare Benefit Plan Data (Form 5500 Datasets) Information about the operations, funding and investments of approximately 800,000 retirement and welfare benefit plans.
Department of the Treasury Charts and Tables from the Financial Report of the United States Links to the charts and tables that are included in the Financial Report of the United States. This report addresses the position and condition of the U.S. Government with respect to financial topics, economic recovery efforts, and fiscal sustainability. The report includes data on revenues and costs, assets and liabilities, and other obligations and commitments.
Department of the Treasury Interest Rate Statistics Statistics compiled on a daily basis relating to Treasury Yield Curve Rates, Treasury Bill Rates, and Treasury Long-Term Rates.
Department of the Treasury Monitoring the Economy Summary tables of monthly and quarterly U.S. economic statistics based upon a variety of economic indicators including unemployment rate, payroll employment, inflation, housing, automobile sales, business inventories, trade balance, and interest rates.
Department of the Treasury / Bureau of the Public Debt Average Interest Rate for Treasury Securities Average interest rates for U.S Treasury securities for the most recent month compared with the same month of the previous year. Data is calculated based on the total unmatured interest-bearing debt, and is broken down by various marketable and non-marketable securities.
Department of the Treasury / Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Mortgage and Real Estate Fraud Datasets on mortgage fraud hotspots (based on Suspicious Activity Report data), suspected mortgage fraud, suspected money laundering and fraud, reverse mortgages, mortgage fraud cases supported by FinCEN filings, and foreclosure scams and loan modification fraud.
Department of the Treasury / Internal Revenue Service Business Tax Statistics Studies and data on income, deductions, credits, and other tax-related items reported by businesses to the IRS. Statistics are compiled on corporations, international corporate activities, partnerships, S corporations, sole proprietorships, and excise taxes, among other items.
Department of the Treasury / Internal Revenue Service Charitable Statistics Studies and data relating to the tax-exempt sector, including nonprofit charitable organizations, private foundations and charitable trusts, split-interest trusts, and tax-exempt bonds. statistics on taxable income produced by exempt organizations, : aggregate income tax return data relating to individual taxpayers, estate taxes, personal wealth, and income from trusts and estates.
Department of the Treasury / Internal Revenue Service Individual Tax Statistics Studies relating to the individual taxpayer: aggregate income tax return data relating to individual taxpayers, estate taxes, personal wealth, and income from trusts and estates.
Department of the Treasury / Internal Revenue Service U.S. Population Migration Data Migration patterns by state and county for the entire United States. Data is available by inflows (the number of new residents who moved to a county or state and where they migrated from) and by outflows (the number of residents leaving a county or state and where they went).
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Call Reports Bank financial data from the financial reports (Reports of Condition and Income) submitted by all insured commercial banks and state-chartered savings banks.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Community Reinvestment Act Rating Search Current and past CRA ratings and performance evaluations for specific institutions that have been examined by the FDIC since July 1, 1990. A CRA rating is an assessment of how effectively a financial institution has performed in helping to meet the credit needs of its community.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FDIC Institution Directory A directory of all FDIC-insured institutions, including demographic information related to each institution—location detail (name, city, state, etc.), operating status (active, inactive, bank class, etc.), and key financial information reported by the institution.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FDIC Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households Data on the number of U.S. households that are unbanked or underbanked, the demographic characteristics of such households, and their reasons for being unbanked or underbanked.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Summary of Deposits Deposit data for branches and offices of all FDIC-insured institutions as of June 30 of each year, by: (1) single institution, (2) institutions within a geographic area, or (3) aggregated within a geographic area.
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Bank Holding Company Peer Group Average Financial Reports (National Information Center) Summary of peer group financial data and a listing of Bank Holding Companies (BHCs) in each Peer Group. A report listing the BHCs in Peer Group 9, typical Bank Holding Companies, is also provided.
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Central Data Repository for Financial and Structural Information for Most FDIC-Insured Institutions Financial and structural information for most FDIC-insured institutions.
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Community Reinvestment Act Data Data on small business, small farm, and community development lending reported by certain commercial banks and savings institutions, pursuant to the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA).
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Community Reinvestment Act Rating Search Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) ratings of individual depository institutions. A CRA rating is an assessment of how effectively a financial institution has performed in helping to meet the credit needs of its community.
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) Data This site contains aggregate and individual financial institution data on home mortgage and home improvement loan applications. Home mortgage loan application register data is reported by certain banks, credit unions, savings associations, and non-depository institutions pursuant to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Survey of Consumer Payment Choice Data Broad-based assessment of U.S. consumers’ adoption and use of nine payment instruments, including cash.
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Bank Holding Company Financial Data Quarterly datasets dating back to 1986 for (1) domestic bank holding companies on a consolidated basis, (2) all large domestic bank holding companies on an unconsolidated parent-only basis, and (3) all small domestic bank holding companies on an unconsolidated parent basis. Includes balance sheet and income information for all three categories.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York U.S. Credit Condition—Household Debt and Credit Trends Information on household debt and credit trends for mortgages, student loans, bank cards, and credit cards.
Federal Reserve Board Consumer Credit Data Information on aggregate consumer credit outstanding in the United States by type of product, provider, and terms.
Federal Reserve Board Finance Company Data Quarterly information on receivables (consumer, real estate, and business loans) held and managed by finance companies.
Federal Reserve Board Household Debt Service and Financial Obligations Ratios The household debt service ratio is an estimate of the ratio of debt payments (i.e., estimated required payments on outstanding mortgage and consumer debt) to disposable personal income. The financial obligations ratio expands upon the debt service ratio by factoring in additional items--automobile lease payments, rental payments, homeowners insurance, and property tax payments--to the list of household debt payments. Financial obligations ratios are calculated for both renters and homeowners.
Federal Reserve Board Mortgage Debt Outstanding Information on aggregate mortgage debt outstanding by provider and product type.
Federal Reserve Board Survey of Consumer Finances Detailed, triennial information on the finances of US families and on their use of financial institutions. The study is sponsored by the Federal Reserve Board in cooperation with the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Federal Trade Commission Customer Sentinel Network Data Book Summaries of data regarding complaints about identity theft, fraud, financial transactions, debt collection, credit reports, spam, and other subjects received by the Federal Trade Commission, Better Business Bureaus, money transfer services, and other law enforcement agencies and complaint centers.
National Credit Union Administration Call Report Aggregate Financial Performance Reports Quarterly aggregate (combined) Financial Performance Reports for all Federal Credit Unions (FCUs), all Federally Insured Credit Unions (FISCUs), and all Federally Insured State Chartered Credit Unions (FISCUs).
National Credit Union Administration Call Report Data Quarterly 5300 Call Reports, which include financial and miscellaneous information from natural person credit unions. Available from March 1994.
National Credit Union Administration Call Report Summary Reports Quarterly listing of summarized accounts collected from all Federally Insured Credit Unions.
National Credit Union Administration Credit Union and Bank Rates for Loan and Deposit Products Charts comparing the national average rates for 23 common loan and deposit products at banks and credit unions, as well as the average rates for these same products at banks that converted from credit unions.
National Credit Union Administration Credit Union Locator A tool to search for a credit union, view thumbtacks and website links on a map of a given region’s credit unions, and access information about those credit unions.
National Credit Union Administration Financial Performance Reports (FPRs) Financial Performance Reports providing a financial summary report for a particular credit union, including assets, liabilities and capital, and income and expense. Peer average ratios and aggregate Financial Performance Reports are also available.
National Credit Union Administration Research a Credit Union Tool A tool to find credit union locations, credit union contact information, branch locations, services offered, and financial information (such as a validated quarterly 5300 Call Report Submission).
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency National Bank CRA Examination Results CRA examination results for national banks. With a tool on this website, CRA performance evaluations can be found for a specific bank, for all the banks in a given state, or for banks within a range of specific performance ratings. A CRA examination assesses how effectively a financial institution has performed in helping to meet the credit needs of its community.
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency National Bank List A list of national banks and federal branches and agency offices, sorted by bank name or by city/state.
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency National Bank Operating Subsidiaries A listing of national bank operating subsidiaries.
Securities and Exchange Commission Calculating Mutual Fund Fees and Expenses Tools for comparing the fees and expenses of up to three mutual funds, or the share classes of the same mutual fund on the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's (FINRA's) Mutual Fund Expense Analyzer. You can also compare the fees and expenses of up to three Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) using the same tool.
Securities and Exchange Commission XBRL Disclosures for Mutual Fund Risk and Return Information Database and RSS feeds of risk and return summary information from the prospectuses provided by mutual funds in XBRL format to the SEC. Information can be downloaded directly into spreadsheets, analyzed using commercial off-the-shelf software, and used within investment models in other software formats.
Securities and Exchange Commission XBRL Disclosures for Public Company Financials Companies, foreign and domestic, are required to file registration statements, periodic reports, and other forms electronically through EDGAR. This database, which consists of filings in the standardized eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) format, can be searched by company or fund name, ticker symbol, CIK (Central Index Key), file number, state, country, or SIC (Standard Industrial Classification).
Small Business Administration Loans and Grants Search The Loans & Grants Search API provides access to a collection of links to Federal, state, and local financial assistance programs that help small businesses get started or expand operations. Each program is categorized to several attributes, including specialized types of financing (e.g., start-up loans for women entrepreneurs). The API is RESTful and output formats are available in XML and JSON. There is a DTD for the XML output available.

 

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Last Updated :12/17/2012 9:56 AM