A Guide To Opening Your First Credit Card

A Guide To Opening Your First Credit Card
A Guide To Opening Your First Credit Card

Opening your first credit card is one of the rites of passage into genuine adulthood, but with so much conflicting information, it can all get confusing fast! 

Let Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union walk you through the process to help you build a strong credit score and

5 Ways To Avoid Credit Card Fraud

5 Ways To Avoid Credit Card Fraud
5 Ways To Avoid Credit Card Fraud
  1. Keep your credit cards safe. Store your cards in a secure wallet or purse. After making a purchase, immediately return your card to that place.
  2. Don’t allow websites to “remember” your card number. Only let secure payment portals,

7 Steps Towards Purchasing An Auto Insurance Policy

7 Steps Towards Purchasing An Auto Insurance Policy
7 Steps Towards Purchasing An Auto Insurance Policy

Are you in the market for a new auto insurance policy? Look no further than Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union! We’ll help you get the maximum protection for your investment at the best possible price. 

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Student Loan Scams

Student Loan Scams
Student Loan Scams

College students, take note! If keeping up with your coursework, acing your exams and scrambling to hand in every term paper before the deadline weren’t enough, you now have something else to worry about: Student loan scams are on the rise. Scammers know you hate owing tens of thousands of dollars, so they’re quick to offer you an easy — but completely

Your Complete Guide To Homeowner's Insurance

Your Complete Guide To Homeowner's Insurance
Your Complete Guide To Homeowner's Insurance

Q: My mortgage lender is requiring me to take out a homeowners insurance policy before I close on a new home. What do I need to know about this process? 

A: Homeowners insurance is designed to protect you and your family

5 Ways To Pay Off A Loan Early

5 Ways To Pay Off A Loan Early
5 Ways To Pay Off A Loan Early

If you’re like most Americans, you owe money toward a large loan. Whether that means carrying thousands of dollars in credit card debt, having a hefty mortgage in your name or making car loan payments each month, loan debt is part of your life. This means you’re looking at hundreds of dollars in interest payments

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5 Tips For Your First Spring Break On A Budget

5 Tips For Your First Spring Break On A Budget
5 Tips For Your First Spring Break On A Budget

It’s your first spring break and you’re totally psyched! But that doesn’t mean you need to break the bank. Have yourself an awesome time without blowing your budget by following these five spring break tips. 

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Don't Get Caught In A Crowd Funding Scam

Don't Get Caught In A Crowdfunding Scam
Don't Get Caught In A Crowdfunding Scam

The days of handouts and begging loans off wealthy relatives are fast becoming extinct. Today, if you need boatloads of money—whether it’s to help you cover an expensive emergency or to fund a new business idea—you only need to appeal to the vast audience of the internet and wait

Your Complete Guide To Renter's Insurance

Your Complete Guide To Renters Insurance
Your Complete Guide To Renters Insurance

Q: I’ve just signed a lease on a new apartment and I’m wondering if I should be taking out a renter’s insurance policy as well. What do I need to know? 

A: Purchasing a renter’s insurance policy when signing a lease on a new apartment

Tax Code Changes 2019

Tax Code Changes 2019
Tax Code Changes 2019

The tax code gets a bit of an overhaul each year, and with the changes, it can get confusing. No worries, though; we’ll walk you through everything you need to know for 2019.   

Most amendments to the tax code will only begin to affect taxpayers in April 2019. However, some of the changes can impact the financial choices you

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