In observance of the Columbus Day Holiday, all Heritage Valley FCU offices will be closed on Monday, October 10th and will re-open regular business hours on Tuesday, October 11th. Continue to access your accounts via our eServices and at any ATM.
Post adapted from U.S. News Money article, by Kimberely Palmer, Staff Writer. Parents’ iPads, smartphones and computers can be irresistible to their little ones, who often love to play games and watch videos on the devices. But apps and websites often collect information about even the youngest users, who might not realize the extent to which […]
Entering repayment for your student loans can be just as stressful and confusing as funding your college education in the first place. When do you need to make your first payment? What’s a grace period? Where should you send your payments? What happens if you can’t make a payment? CUStudent Choice will be hosting a […]
In observance of the Labor Day Holiday, all Heritage Valley FCU offices will be closed on Monday, September 5th and will re-open on Tuesday, September 6th. Continue to access your accounts via our eServices and at any ATM.
If you’re headed to college this fall, you’ve likely received your tuition bill and the deadline to pay is quickly approaching. You might be experiencing some sticker shock; according to CollegeBoard, one year of room, board, and tuition at a private four-year university costs an average of $43,921. Before you start stressing about the lack of a […]
Heritage Valley’s Bi-Annual Community Blood Drive When: Friday – July 29, 2016 from 11:00am to 3:00pm Where: Central PA Blood Mobile will be on-site at TWO of our offices! Pleasant Valley Road Office located at 2400 Pleasant Valley Road Cape Horn Road Office located at 2420 Cape Horn Road Who: Everyone is welcome! Generally, anyone 16 or older (16 […]
The Consumer Federation of America recently released results of a national survey revealing that many Americans have dangerous misconceptions about how credit scores affect their financial well being. Four out of five respondents knew that a score of 700 is considered good but only 22 percent realized that a low score, compared to a high one, […]