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14 11, 2017

How Do Merchant Data Breaches Affect Your Identity?

Every year millions of Americans become victims of fraud due to merchant data breaches. And, with the recent Equifax breach, which affected 145.5 million people, chances are your information has been compromised.

Although most consumers have probably only heard about a few breaches, more than 1,100 data security breaches have occurred thus far this year Read More

7 11, 2017

This Veteran’s Day, Do More Than Just Saying “Thank You”

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    This Veteran’s Day, Do More Than Just Saying “Thank You”

While looking out of my office window thinking of topics to write my blog, my attention is captivated by the huge American flag blowing in the breeze in front of the main entrance to the Dayton VA hospital. The flag serves as a reminder of what our service men and women have fought for, Read More

31 10, 2017

The Season of Giving

The “Season of Giving” is approaching fast. This six week period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is the busiest time of year for charities and donations.

Americans gave almost $400 billion dollars in donations of money, toys, food and clothing last year alone.  To make the most of your donation consider these tips:

Choose wisely: Read More

17 10, 2017

When Credit Scores Have Credit Scars

A Credit 101 Halloween edition

I can vividly remember one specific Halloween day, I was riding my bike with my friends on the street in front of my house.  I was in my early teens and as always, my competitive nature got the best of me as a race broke out.  Just as I reached Read More

12 10, 2017

Why the American Dream Should Still Include Homeownership

“Does the American Dream no longer include homeownership?”

That was the headline of a July CNN Money post about a Pew Research study suggesting that home ownership “has become more elusive” since the financial crisis of 2008. Pew’s study found more households are headed by renters today than at any time since 1965. In kind, Read More

3 10, 2017

Tips for Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft

As a branch manager at Day Air Credit Union I talk to a lot of members who feel like they don’t have control over their credit due to data breaches, fraud and scams. To assist members, I have compiled a list of preventative measures that will help safeguard your personal information.

Guard your information Read More

18 09, 2017

What does it Actually Mean to be “Good with Money?”

We all know people who are ‘good with money’.  Hopefully you’re one of those people.  We all know people who are decidedly NOT good with money.  Hopefully you can distance yourself from them when they ask you to cover for them yet again.  But what does the phrase actually mean?

It means:

Living within your Read More

15 08, 2017

How to go Back-to-School with Student Loans You Can Afford

Once again our summer days are getting shorter and everybody is talking about “back to school”. Personally, I always enjoy fall. Working at the UD Branch, I feel a sense of energy on campus;  faculty are putting the final touches on their semester lesson plans, The Pride of Dayton pep band is practicing for Read More

27 07, 2017

Vandalia-Butler Chamber of Commerce selects Don Schweitzer, Jr. as new Board Chairman

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    Vandalia-Butler Chamber of Commerce selects Don Schweitzer, Jr. as new Board Chairman

Day Air Credit Union is proud to announce that Don Schweitzer, Jr., Business Development Officer has been selected as the Board Chairman for the Vandalia-Butler Chamber of Commerce for the 2017-18 fiscal year. Day Air Credit Union has been part of the Vandalia-Butler area since 2008 with the opening of our York Commons location. Read More