5 Bills You Can Skip or Delay Now

5 Bills You Can Skip or Delay Now
1. Memberships you can’t use now. 


Life has changed for the foreseeable future. Year-long memberships or season passes you might have thought you’d regularly use are pretty much worthless now. Cancel or pause your monthly membership at the gym and ask for a refund on season passes you may have purchased for a sports team

Beware of Coronavirus Scams!

Beware of Coronavirus Scams

Scammers are notorious for capitalizing on fear, and the coronavirus outbreak is no exception. Showing an appalling lack of the most basic morals, scammers have set up fake websites, bogus funding collections and more in an effort to trick the fearful and unsuspecting out of their money.

The World Health Organization (WHO)

Why You Should Never Abbreviate 2020

Why You Should Never Abbreviate 2020

It may be a new year and a new decade, but scammers are still looking to con you out of your money. In fact, experts are warning of a new scam that is as simple as changing the date on a personal check, financial document, or another important paper.

Here’s what you can do to protect yourself:

The 2020 scam

The newest scam of

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Financial Resources Available for Veterans

Financial Resources Available for Veterans

We owe the strength and security of our country to our heroic veterans. These brave men and women sacrifice the comforts of home, time with family and often their physical well-being to protect us. Unfortunately, though, many veterans are struggling to make ends meet and to support their families.

If you are a veteran, you likely

What Can I Use A Personal Loan For?

What Can I Use A Personal Loan For?

1. Get married. Use your loan to fund the larger wedding expenses, like your engagement ring, dress and venue. You may also consider using it to cover the smaller costs, like the flowers and photographer.

2. Fund a move. Taking out a personal loan to help you cover the costs can make a household move a lot less stressful.

3. Consolidate debt

Beware the 2020 Census Scam!

Beware the 2020 Census Scam!

Every 10 years, the Census Bureau makes an effort to count every person living in the U.S. Though the process won’t start until mid-March 2020, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is already warning of scammers exploiting the process to con you out of your sensitive information. That’s why it’s important to familiarize yourself with the census procedure; so you know

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How To Create A Budget In 6 Easy Steps

How To Create A Budget In 6 Easy Steps

Who needs a budget anyway?

If you’re always wondering how you’re going to pay the next bill, feel guilty when you indulge in overpriced treats and you can’t seem to find money to put into savings, then you probably need a budget.

A budget is not a magic potion that will automatically solve all of your money problems, but it will help

Choosing Which Home Equity Loan Option Is Right For You

Choosing Which Home Equity Loan Option Is Right For You

Q: What are the differences between a home equity line of credit (HELOC) and a typical home equity loan?

A: Here are the differences between a HELOC and a typical Home Equity Loan.


All You Need to Know About Data Breaches

All You Need to Know About Data Breaches

If you follow the news, you’ll note that there seems to be another major data breach monopolizing headlines every week. The details vary, but in each breach, thousands, millions or even billions of victims’ sensitive information is compromised, and they’re now vulnerable to identity theft unless they take immediate action.
Here at Diamond Valley,

What Do I Do With My Refund?

What Do I Do With My Refund?

We don’t normally like to tell you how to spend your money. Our members tend to be very good at that, often finding creative ways to turn the hours they’ve spent at the workplace into new ways to enjoy their lives. More often, we tell you how to not spend your money by letting you know about our fantastic savings

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