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Fed drops rates How will it affect consumers

Posted in Spending & Managing Money on September 27, 2019

There’s been a lot of talk about interest rates in the news lately. The president said he would like to see interest rates at zero percent or below.

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Cooler months are ahead Are you prepared?

Posted in Beyond Finances on September 23, 2019

Fall is officially here and soon there'll be a cool nip in the air. Before you know it the leaves will turn vibrant colors reminding us old man winter isn’t too far behind. Preparation is key and can save you time and money in the long run. So, perhaps now is a good time to get ready for the colder months ahead.

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Atlanta Business Chronicle recognizes Beth Cayce with a Healthcare Hero Award in the Allied Health Professional category

Posted in Beyond Finances on September 20, 2019

Beth Cayce found her love for the health care industry as an adolescent while taking care of friends and members of her own family. What she loved about taking care of them was the interaction with the older adults and the fact that she was helping others. That feeling stayed with Cayce, and today, she is the founder and chief executive officer of CaraVita Home Care in Roswell.

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CDC Federal Credit Union welcomes Tim Gardner as CFO Walter Hobby retires as CDC FCU 's CFO

Posted in Beyond Finances on September 3, 2019

Last month was bittersweet for everyone at CDC Federal Credit Union. The bitter – we said goodbye to our CFO, Walter Hobby. The sweet – we welcomed our new CFO, Tim Gardner.

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Pets to the Rescue helping animal lovers make an impact

Posted in Beyond Finances on September 2, 2019

According to Georgia SPOT (Stopping Pets Overpopulation Together) Society, there were almost 20,000 pets impounded in DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties alone in 2017. And while local shelters and organizations do all they can to help these homeless pets, often they could use some extra help.

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What is a Planned Gift? CDC Foundation has the answer

Posted in Beyond Finances on August 28, 2019

A planned gift is typically a legacy gift you make to charity from assets rather than income as a part of your financial or estate plan. Often a planned gift requires more thought and planning, and you will involve an accountant, attorney or financial advisor in your decision-making. 

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Kaiser Permanente nurse Julia Olivier makes a difference to patients and team members Receives Atlanta Business Chronicle 2019 Healthcare Hero Award in the Nurse Category

Posted in Beyond Finances on August 28, 2019

Julia Olivier began her nursing career in high school when she was just 16 years old as a Certified Nursing Assistant. And after about 40 years, her time, experience, and expertise are just a few of the reasons she was recognized by Atlanta Business Chronicle receiving the 2019 Healthcare Hero Award in the Nurse Category.

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Buying and selling a home is complicated But do I really need to hire a real estate agent?

Posted in Borrowing Money on July 29, 2019

Perhaps you’re finally ready to take the plunge and buy your first house or maybe you’re already a seasoned homeowner and your family has outgrown your current house and it’s time to move. Once you’ve decided it’s time…what do you do next?

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Changes are coming to your Thrift Savings Plan Here's what you need to know

Posted in Saving, Investing & Retiring on July 25, 2019

You’ll soon have more options with your Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) account. Whether you’re counting down the days to retirement or plan to work for several more years, it’s important to know you’ll have flexibility when you need your money.


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Atlanta Business Chronicle honors Healthcare Heroes' ‘Rising Star' Chris Hermann: Clean Hands – Safe Hands reduces healthcare-associated infections

Posted in Beyond Finances on July 25, 2019

One in every 31 patients contracts an infection related to a hospital stay, and historically around 10 percent of those patients die from the infection. The remedy can be as easy as washing hands. Ensuring that healthcare providers clean their hands frequently is the best way to reduce these infections.

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