Steps to Help Detect Data Theft and Ways to Protect Yourself

Are you concerned about the data breach of Marriot’s Starwood properties affecting the hundreds of millions of customers who stayed there between 2014 and 2018? Data breaches are scary—and they’re on the rise! Cyber-criminals are increasingly using sophisticated and cutting-edge technology to steal personal information. If you believe that you may be affected by this

May is Older Americans Month

May is Older Americans Month, 2018 May is Older Americans Month, a campaign to raise awareness of vital aging issues across the country. The DBO has valuable information and resources to help alert and educate California’s older adults about investment fraud, unscrupulous sales practices, and financial scams. Check out the links below to learn more.

FTC crack down on student loan scams

A lot of us have student loans – and some of us have trouble paying them every month. Some companies claim to resolve that issue by saying they can help you pay them down quicker, cheaper or get them forgiven altogether. Be cautious – some of these companies are running scams. Here are some tips

SAVE THE DATE! Financial Education Workshop in Sacramento

Financial Education Workshop Speaker: Anita R. Johnson, Financial Psychologist Join Us! PAYDAY LOANS – AVOID THE DEBT TRAP! March 14, 2018 Robertson Community Center 3525 Norwood Ave. Sacramento, CA 95838 6:00pm – 8:00pm National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) is a time to help people understand their consumer rights and make well-informed decisions about money, credit,

California Retirement Savings Program Now Called CalSavers

California State Treasurer John Chiang announced that the Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program, which will provide retirement security to nearly 6.8 million private sector workers, has a new name: CalSavers. “The name CalSavers truly reflects what this program is all about — providing an opportunity for millions of Californians to easily save for retirement in