• crypto currency like coin in one hand skeleton key in the other hand man standing behind a seated woman
    Read Take on Payments for a discussion of steps the Treasury Department and insurance companies have taken to manage the incidence and costs of ransomware payments.
  • dollar bills transferring from one exaggerated in size  mobile device to another
    In 2020, for the first time in the history of the annual Federal Reserve payments study, the number of card payments declined. Read Take On Payments for more findings from the study.
  • Domonic Purviance of the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division. Photo by Ted Pio Roda.
    The conversation in this episode of the Economy Matters podcast analyzes factors affecting the affordability of US housing markets.
  • person gazing upon a swirl of a qr code, payment card, dollar bill, coins, and january 2022 calendar
    Read Take On Payments to learn about the payments trends the Retail Payments Risk Forum will be watching in 2022.
  • Doris Quiros of the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division discusses banking conditions and supervisory updates in the new "ViewPoint."
  • The fourth quarter 2021 edition of Economy Matters' "ViewPoint" takes a look at banking conditions, including earnings performance, asset quality, and more.
  • Paying more at the grocery store? Discover ways to lower your food bill while still making healthy food choices.
  • Learn how to find a charitable organization that aligns with your personal goals and review tax resources to help guide your giving.
  • Use these financial tips to lower holiday financial stress. Shopping smarter can help you keep the season bright.
  • 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.
  • The pandemic hasn’t helped with the challenges of paying for childcare. Read a new brief from the Federal Reserve’s Early Care and Education Work Group.
  • Community and Economic Development staff talked to organizations that serve LMI households, BIPOC communities, and others that have experienced chronic disinvestment to better understand their challenges and successes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Join the Atlanta Fed and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta for an event to provide potential funders with solutions to the heirs’ property challenge on December 2 at 8:30 a.m. (ET).
  • Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic spoke about the need to create and implement a housing system equitable for all in closing a virtual event on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on housing instability for renters.
  • 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.

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