The challenges facing the Social Security and Medicare Hospital Insurance trust funds are largely demographic, in the shape of an aging population.
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One in 10 Ohioans has taken out a so-called payday loan, traditionally where money is borrowed against a post-dated paycheck.
But as of Saturday, the traditional payday loan disappeared from Ohio, thanks to a law passed last year intended to crack down on sky-high interest rates and sneaky fees.
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April is National Financial Literacy Month and although not all Ohioans feel the strain of poor financial understanding, as a whole, the state's financial literacy could use improvement.
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On average, Ohioans consider themselves adept at protecting their personal information, but research suggests that may not be enough to keep identity thieves at bay.
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The Federal Trade Commission is celebrating Valentine's Day by reminding people to not get scammed when looking for love.
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Ohioans, like most Americans, entered 2019 hoping to better their finances, but many have likely already fallen off track.
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There are instances where a savings account or certificate of deposit just won't do.
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The Pike County Chamber of Commerce named Atomic Credit Union the 2018 Business of the Year during the annual banquet, which was held Thursday, January 24th, at the Vern Riffe Pike County Career and Technology Center.
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Could you use a little more money? Perheaps, you spent too much over the holidays or your spouse has been impacted by the government shutdown?
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Atomic Credit Union is excited to announce the opening of their newest branch in downtown Logan!
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Merry debt-fueled Christmas, America!
According to a recent NerdWallet study, nearly 40 million Americans are still struggling to pay off credit-card debts from last Christmas.
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With the start of the New Year ushering in a clean slate, now is a perfect time to revisit financial goals and strategize ways to maximize savings.
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For many, credit scores come with judgment, risk, and security, which is why many Ohioans are paying attention to them.
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Choosing the best credit card for your lifestyle can have a considerable impact on your overall financial health.
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Planning for retirement can be daunting, leaving even the most prepared individuals feeling anxious.
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Forbes, an American business magazine, has named Atomic Credit Union one of the Best-in-State Credit Unions in the State of Ohio.
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The percentage of Americans who do not have a bank account fell to a record low last year, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said Tuesday, a sign that the economic fortunes of the country's most vulnerable people continues to improve.
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Atomic Credit Union would like to announce Chad Knittel as the new Collections Manager at the Administrative Office in Piketon, located at 711 Beaver Creek Road.
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Youth Month officially kicks off on April 1st and runs through the entire month of April. This year's theme is "The Science of Saving".
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It may seem elementary, but some do not know how to write a check properly. With the popularity of debit cards, young adults rarely write checks. But in those rare occasions they need to, here are some steps that will help.
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If you're worried that your funds can't stretch far enough to give your beloved a Valentine's Day to remember, don't worry!
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Just like swearing off chocolate and carbs, sticking to a household budget is a New Year’s resolution easier made than accomplished. In fact, last year only two in five U.S. adults said they had a budget and kept close track of their spending throughout the year, according to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling's 2017 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey.
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With 2018 almost upon us, now's the time to embrace a seemingly timeless trend: the New Year's resolution.
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With the holidays quickly approaching, it's important to keep data breaches top of mind.
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Can you believe that the holidays are just around the corner? Black Friday is one of the best shopping days of the year...
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On Thursday, November 2nd, Eastern High School held the 6th Annual Business Partnership Dinner, which is aimed at local businesses and poses a great opportunity for potential partnerships with the school.
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After months of planning, Dante Rainone of Rain1 solutions installed an ATM for the Atomic Credit Union in the Logan High School cafeteria Monday afternoon.
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International Credit Union Day is celebrated annually on the third Thursday of October and celebrates how credit unions help consumers reach their financial dreams through its people helping people philosophy.
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Fake antivirus is malicious software (malware) designed to steal information from unsuspecting users by mimicking legitimate security software.
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For the fourth consecutive year, Atomic Credit Union has been named one of the 2017 Best Credit Unions to Work For, ranking #1 in the $200M-$500M asset category.
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Atomic Credit Union would like to announce the appointment of Shannon Weber as Compliance Attorney at their administrative offices, located at 711 Beaver Creek Rd. in Piketon.
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These days, the "American Dream" is no longer a universal idea; it means different things to different people.
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Whether you're a teenager without credit history or an adult who's familiar with loans and debit cards, choosing your first credit card can be tough.
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Hurricane Harvey inspired a huge outpouring of support in the days since the natural disaster displaced thousands of people.
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Atomic Credit Union is excited to announce the addition of 6 new Student-Run Credit Unions!
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44.2 million people to travel more than 50 miles from home for the Friday-to-Tuesday weekend, a 2.9% increase from last year.
Read More of the "A Fiercer Fourth: Americans To Spend Big, Travel More" blog post
If your goal is retiring before age 50, the time to start laying the groundwork is now.
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Although most would agree it’s important for people to learn (preferably early) the life skills that set them up for financial success, studies consistently indicate Americans are generally not sufficiently educated about their personal finances.
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Spring flowers are in full bloom, which can only indicate one thing: summer is nearly upon us. For many, that means it’s time for a well-deserved vacation with family and friends. In a year-end 2016 survey conducted by the Ohio Credit Union League, an overwhelming majority of respondents, 71 percent, are planning to get some rest and relaxation with a vacation this summer.
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