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Dayton Metro Area

Including Dayton, Springfield, Centerville, Troy, Sidney, Kettering, Eaton, Beavercreek, Miamisburg, Fairborn, and 71 other towns.

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Dayton, Ohio, is located near one of the busiest crossroads in the United States. Since Interstate 75 meets Interstate 70 in Dayton, residents take advantage of a variety of restaurants, entertainment venues, and other attractions. Canoeing is a popular choice during the summer months, while families enjoy ice skating once the temperature drops. The National Museum of the United States Air Force and The Wright Cycle Company provide historical information in a relevant and interesting manner, and both of these attractions are free for Dayton residents and visitors.

One of the perks of living in Dayton is the fact that the city is one of the most affordable places to live in the United States. According to a study completed in 2015 by The Council for Community and Economic Research, Dayton residents enjoy living expenses of 8 percent less and housing expenses of 33 percent less than the national average. This means that Dayton residents pay less on average for everything from a trip to the grocery store to an appointment with a licensed healthcare provider.

Dayton residents can take advantage of these savings and make wise financial choices by partnering with a high quality financial institution. The oldest active bank in the Dayton metro area, The First National Bank of Germantown, has been serving customers since 1863. Dayton consumers can also choose from more than 65 different banks and 35 different credit unions, including U.S. Bank, Huntington National Bank, Wright-Patt Credit Union, and Day Air Credit Union. Even though the Dayton area is home to more than 560 branches, it's important to for each household and business to find the right financial institution for their specific needs.

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PNC Hikes Rate On High Yield Savings Account
Deal Summary: PNC High Yield Savings, 2.35% APY on balances of $1 and above. Availability: Areas of U.S. outside of PNC’s branch footprint (based on zip code) Last month when
PNC At 2.35%
They raised their rate to 2.35% - it's on their web site (if you are in the targeted region).
3.00% APY 17-Month Certificate In Ohio
Offer ends November 17, 2018. Earn 2.75% APY for a 17-month Certificate or 3.00% APY for a 17-month Certificate with KEMBA Advantage status. Promotional Advantage rate available only to KEMBA
PNC Offers High Yield Savings Account
Deal Summary: PNC High Yield Savings, 2.20% APY on balances of $1 and above. Availability: Areas of U.S. outside of PNC’s branch footprint (based on zip code) PNC, the sixth
PNC Bank 2.20% High Yield Account
2.20% high yield savings, $2000 in credit card funding allowed. Or, if you have a PNC Virtual Wallet Growth account you get 2.25% if you qualify for the relationship tier,
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