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ARTICLES BY Mark Manicone

By Mark Manicone | June 12, 2017

In four years, Wright-Patt Credit Union has introduced 30 personal teller machines and expanded into a new market.

By Mark Manicone | May 1, 2017

The American Dream is a strong national ethos that defines this country. But has that dream evolved, and does it mean the same thing for me as it once did for past generations?

By Mark Manicone | May 1, 2017

Enrollment in college and the amount of student loan debt are at an all-time high. See where two millennials at the University of South Carolina fall into the student debt narrative.

By Mark Manicone | April 13, 2017

We want what we want. Here, two twenty-somethings offer personal accounts of surprise fees and uncertain service.

By Mark Manicone | March 20, 2017

30% of college students surveyed for a LendEDU study said they used student loan money for spring break. That’s their business … and their burden.

By Mark Manicone | March 13, 2017

Revisiting the topics of The Millennial Disposition through the eyes of Syed, a 20-year-old student at the University of South Carolina.

By Mark Manicone | March 7, 2017

To serve consumers of alternative financial services, credit unions must first understand who they are and what they want.

By Mark Manicone | Feb. 20, 2017

If prospective members can’t easily determine whether they are eligible to join a credit union, they’ll lose patience and interest.

By Mark Manicone | Feb. 13, 2017

We aren’t known for our tight relationships with financial services providers, but credit unions can set their business apart from the competition.

By Mark Manicone | Feb. 2, 2017

The fluctuating economy has had a large effect on the millennial mindset. Here are some of the overarching problems that permeate the generation.