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Ready for a better branch?

Posted in Beyond Finances on February 3, 2020

After just a few weeks of construction, CDC Federal Credit Union’s Clifton branch located on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention campus will soon reopen for business and the staff at the credit union is excited for its members and visitors to see the new look.

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There are many ways to say, ‘I love you’ And some don’t cost a thing

Posted in Beyond Finances on February 3, 2020

Valentine’s Day is a multi-billion dollar holiday. This year it’s estimated that people will spend $20.7 billion collectively on their Valentines with the average individual spending around $161.96 per person. So is Valentine’s Day just another made up holiday for Hallmark movies and cards?

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As with any new year comes changes and this year is no different

Posted in Borrowing Money on February 3, 2020

In 2020, there are a number of new laws added to the books in the state of Georgia, and of those, one affects vehicle purchases and one affects boat and watercraft purchases. Let’s take a closer look at these new laws.

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2020 Summer Camp Guide

Posted in Beyond Finances on January 24, 2020

Summer may be a few months away, but if you’re planning to send your kids to summer camp, you know it’s not too early to start the process. Summer camps can help working parents fill a child’s long summer days and help them keep summertime boredom from settling in.

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CDC Federal Credit Union’s Clifton branch is being transformed

Posted in Beyond Finances on December 30, 2019

Update: At the end of business on Friday, December 20, 2019, the Clifton branch will be closed for renovation with limited business hours for services such as notary and safe deposit box access. The project is expected to take six to eight weeks to complete. Please check back for updates. 

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Sometimes money is tight. But what if you had $10,000?

Posted in Borrowing Money on December 27, 2019

$10,000 is a nice sum of money giving one significant buying power. Perhaps you would take that trip you’ve always wanted to take. Or maybe there is a big home improvement project you’ve wanted to tackle. Or some medical procedures you’ve put off. Or maybe you need an emergency fund. No matter what you have a longing for or a need for, many would agree that the thought of $10,000 in your bank account is definitely appealing.

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Home Services: Which to Spend Money on, Which to Add to Your DIY List

Posted in Beyond Finances on December 27, 2019

By David Phillips

The problem with chores in and around the house is they’re never-ending!  Who among us hasn’t wished we could have everything done for us — from mopping to mowing. So the question arises: How much should we do ourselves and how much should we farm out to the pros?

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Simple Way to Leave a Legacy: Learn How

Posted in Beyond Finances on December 27, 2019

You have a passion for public health, and you understand the impact CDC has on billions of lives in the United States and around the world. 

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CDC Federal Credit Union remembers former board member, James (Jim) Enders

Posted in Beyond Finances on December 16, 2019

On December 12, CDC Federal Credit Union members and associates were sad to hear as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the passing of former CDC employee James Enders.

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Feeling stressed during the holidays? Here are 8 ways to beat holiday stress

Posted in Beyond Finances on November 15, 2019

No one wants to be the Grinch on Christmas. So, if you tend to feel stressed or down when the holidays roll around, here are eight tips to help you turn that frown into a genuine smile.

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