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  • The new quiz Economy Matters asks questions about savings and getting into the saving habit.
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    Set your savings goals as part of America Saves Week.
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    The Economy Matters podcast talks to a risk specialist about steps people and firms can take to protect themselves from data breaches. podcast
  • Economy Matters examines the challenges that minority business owners encounter when financing small firms.
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    Learn about triangulation fraud in Take On Payments, a fraud involving unwitting mules who help criminals launder money.
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's golden seal
    On February 26, 2020, supervised banks and fintechs can speak with Fed staff about banking innovation.
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    New Atlanta Fed research examines the low level of possession of credit and debit cards among low-income consumers who are also unbanked.
  • Economy Matters' "ViewPoint" looks at fintech's impact on mortgage lending in the Southeast.
  • Economy Matters looks at what bank examiners do to ensure that banks adhere to relevant laws in a fast-changing environment.
  • Cynthia Goodwin, a vice president in the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division, during the recording of a podcast episode.
    Cynthia Goodwin of the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division discusses 2018 in banking in a podcast.
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    Set your savings goals as part of America Saves Week.
  • Atlanta Federal Reserve building boardroom
    The new video discusses how the Fed's interest rate changes affect our lives, with active-learning exercises accompanying the video.
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    Begin 2020 with a sharp focus on your finances.
  • Start with the basics so you can make informed financial decisions.
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    Learn about strategies for making decisions during the holiday season.

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