• man sending paper airplane behind him to open padlock
    In observance of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we are rerunning a post from two years ago. Read Take On Payments to learn why it's as relevant now as it was then.
  • corner view of an empty, abandoned, or closed mall with a palm tree on one side
    This ViewPoint Live webinar features Brian Bailey, commercial real estate subject matter expert, who discussed current conditions and trends in commercial real estate as well as the potential risks that lie ahead as the market emerges from COVID's impact.
  • verified shield over mobile devices shaking hands with what appears to be banking institution
    Read this week's Take On Payments to learn about two new guides that provide support and guidance for partnerships between community banks and fintechs.
  • See the minutes of September's Federal Open Market Committee meeting.
  • female and male carrying books, ipad with money attached to fishing hooks hanging from the sky
    Read Take On Payments for tips on how student loan borrowers can protect themselves from getting hooked by scammers.
  • Photo of elderly man holding wallet with person's hand on their shoulder
    As the population ages, how do we protect the elderly? Join us for our October 21 Talk About Payments episode to hear expert insights on elder financial abuse.
  • in profile, Raphael Bostic, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve bank of Atlanta, speaking at a podium as viewed from his left side
    Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic speaks live to the Peterson Institute for International Economics on inflation on October 12, 2021.
  • Image for the 6th Biennial Real Estate Conference on December 1-2, 2021
    Join Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic at 8:30 a.m. (ET) December 2 for a fireside chat with Edward Glaeser, chairman of the Department of Economics at Harvard University.
  • Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic spoke at the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth and the Aspen Institute's 2021 Global Inclusive Growth Summit.
  • woman in the foreground with her back to the viewer looking at a diagram of steps on a chalkboard, starting with just coins on the shortest column to increasing to a bag of money on the tallest
    The Atlanta Fed and Economic Pathways MA Coalition launch EPICC on October 19.
  • Photo of elderly man holding wallet with person's hand on their shoulder
    As the population ages, how do we protect the elderly? Join us for our October 21 Talk About Payments episode to hear expert insights on elder financial abuse.
  • Photo of Raphael Bostic speaking in front of a blue curtain with the column logo
    President Raphael Bostic shares his thoughts about what it means for the Fed to promote maximum employment and why this work includes and goes beyond monetary policy. Read the full essay.
  • Fall is open enrollment season. Brush up on the basics to elect the coverage and plan that are right for you.
  • Use lessons learned from your pandemic-related experiences to prepare for future financial emergencies.
  • In this month's Financial Tips, learn strategies for minimizing your debt while pursuing your dreams.
  • Develop a road map to successfully navigate the home buying journey.
  • Consider financial factors and still enjoy your summer adventures.
  • Benefits are more than a perk that can come with a job. They can also help you build and protect your financial future. Learn more with our financial tips.
  • Learn about the tool, part of the Atlanta Fed’s Advancing Careers initiative, in Partners Update.
  • The updated tool demonstrates the abundance of southeastern renter households that pay more than 30 percent or 50 percent of their income on housing.
  • This joint research publication by the Atlanta Fed, Cleveland Fed, and Center for Community Progress explores the challenges, policies, and strategies associated with vacant and abandoned properties since the mortgage crisis.
  • Explore this comprehensive database that visualizes the US social safety net.
  • Racism and the Economy series imagery
    Join us Thursday, September 9, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. (ET) as we focus on how systemic racism affects health and, ultimately, economic outcomes.
  • A new brief from a Federal Reserve work group outlines childcare system challenges and considerations for meeting the needs of working families with young children.

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