The Realities of Paying Off Student Loans

4 02, 2020

The Realities of Paying Off Student Loans

College graduates in Ohio are entering the workforce with high hopes, bright futures, and years’ worth of student loan debt.

The average annual cost of tuition in Ohio was $14,804 for the 2016-2017 academic year, according to CollegeCalc. That’s $1,218 higher than the U.S. average and ranks Ohio as the 20th most-expensive state or district Read More

3 12, 2019

All You Need to Know About Applying for FAFSA

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) season is in full swing! Whether you’re a college student, a high school senior or you’re seeking financial aid for your college-age child, it’s time to fill out those forms. The rules and deadlines can be confusing, but we’re here to help. We have answered all your Read More

12 11, 2019

All You Need to Know About Home Loans

Here at Day Air Credit Union, we provide a variety of products and services to meet your specific financial needs and in the most ideal ways possible. One such example is our home loans. Let’s take a closer look at this product and how its application process works.

What is a home loan?

A home loan, Read More

24 09, 2019

All You Need to Know About Savings Certificates

If the lump under your mattress is getting uncomfortably big and you’re looking for a safer, more lucrative place to park your savings, look no further than Day Air Credit Union. As an institution that’s completely devoted to your financial wellness, we offer several secure options for savings, including Day Air Credit Union Savings Read More

3 07, 2019

7 Ways to Use a Personal Loan This Summer

Summer is a time for fun and excitement, but it can also be super expensive. Summertime can be a season of major life changes like household moves and weddings; purchasing that boat you’ve been eyeing and let’s not forget those dream vacations!

Before you start swiping the plastic for everything under the sun, Day Air Read More

23 04, 2019

When Should I Put My House on the Market?

If you’re thinking of selling your home, think spring. That’s because the season of blossoming flowers and gentle breezes has traditionally held the designation as the best time of the year to sell a home.

Before you start prepping your home for a photo shoot that shows it off in the best light, take a Read More

16 04, 2019

Mortgage Rates Are Dropping; Should I Refinance?

Q: I’ve heard that mortgage rates have dropped dramatically since the start of 2019. Should I refinance my mortgage loan to take advantage of these lower rates? 

A: Refinancing a mortgage is essentially paying off the remaining balance on an existing home loan and then taking out a new mortgage loan, often at a lower interest rate. Read More

19 03, 2019

5 Things You Need to Know About Credit Life Insurance

You probably already have auto insurance and homeowner’s insurance policies. And you’re also likely covered by health insurance and life insurance. You may even have pet insurance for your furry friends. So, it begs the question: Do you need credit life insurance, too?

Let’s clear up some of the confusion and misinformation that exists about Read More

5 03, 2019

All You Need to Know About P2P Payment Systems

Cash is so overrated. Why fumble through wads of crumpled bills and piles of change when you can easily pay back the $6.75 you borrowed from your friends simply by using your phone?

Peer-to-peer (P2P) payment systems are changing the way we handle our money and our social finances forever. Eating out and splitting the Read More

4 12, 2018

Pay Less for Insurance

We’ve found that most people pay more than they should for insurance. As your credit union, we want you to pay as little as possible for your insurance needs, without sacrificing valuable coverage.

Ask your insurer for a list of discounts. You may qualify for a price break that you’re not currently receiving. These often Read More