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29 12, 2016

Day Air Associates Show Compassion and Caring to our Community

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    Day Air Associates Show Compassion and Caring to our Community

Looking back at the holiday season just ending, we saw compassion — one of the primary values and beliefs of Day Air Credit Union — on full display. Our associates gave not only monetarily but with their time, effort and talents.

University of Dayton Branch

The University of Dayton Branch associates collected hats, gloves and scarves for Read More

20 12, 2016

Start Planning Your Financial Goals for 2017!

As we approach the end of 2016 and get ready to enter the New Year, it’s a great time to make some resolutions concerning money management and financial health.

Review

If you have a desire to make 2017 better financially than last year, a great place to start is to review what worked and what didn’t Read More

13 12, 2016

Don’t let “holiday magic” make your finances disappear!

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    Don’t let “holiday magic” make your finances disappear!

With Christmas less than two weeks away, it’s still not too late to help your finances while shopping for the holidays! While the excitement of this season can be a magical time for children, adults face a plethora of additional expenses during this time of the year. Whether its gifts, food, decorations, the perfect Read More

6 12, 2016

Security for Holiday Shoppers

During the holiday season shoppers everywhere need to be especially wary of potential scams that arise at this time of year.

An article from Engage Customer gives out some holiday scamming statistics:

1/8th of customers would give up their passwords for discounts when shopping online
14% of online shoppers admit to sharing their passwords with Read More

29 11, 2016

4 Holiday Gifts at Your Credit Union

Finding that perfect gift for those special people in your life can be challenging. Not to mention the stress of the long lines, crowded stores, and that long to-do list during this time of year.  I have found the best place to get gifts for my loved ones is my local credit union.  They Read More

22 11, 2016

Why Not “Small Business Every Day”?

“It’s rare,” my best friend said, as we sat in a unique Akron establishment. He was referring to the friendship we have shared that has somehow survived the test of time. There are three of us, actually, and our friendship has endured, which is absolutely rare–and good. As we’ve scattered across the country over Read More

15 11, 2016

Are Store Credit Cards Really a Good Idea?

So, you hit the stores for some holiday shopping and, sure enough, when you’re checking out at the register the sales associate offers you a discount – 5%, 10%, 15% — on your purchase in return for opening a store credit card. The same thing happens online. For example, you’re ready to check out Read More

8 11, 2016

Veterans Day – A Brief History

As we observe Veterans Day this Friday, November 11, it’s worth a look back to see how this holiday came about and what makes this day so special.

The first Veterans Day was celebrated on November 11, 1919; however it was called Armistice Day. The holiday originated as a way to celebrate the end of Read More

1 11, 2016

Be Generous but Smart with Your Financial Giving

The autumn leaves have just started turning and the holiday season solicitations from charities are rolling in. They arrive by mail, email, and social media. There’s certainly no shortage of worthy causes that we can give to here in our community.

Ohioans embrace the spirit of giving during the holidays. Fifty-five percent of Ohio consumers Read More

25 10, 2016

A Culture of People or Profits? A Scandal Revisited

“Culture” is one of those business jargon words making the rounds a lot these days. An organization’s culture is something akin to its moral code. It is created at the top and filters down until it permeates the environment and dictates how people are treated within that environment.

Our President and CEO, Bill Burke, shared Read More