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11 Jan 2019

Last year, more than six million consumers — one in three Australian adults — fell victim to identity theft, credit card fraud or had their passwords compromised.¹ This cost the Australian economy more than $2.3 billion, and, at an individual level, cost each victim an average of approximately $195 and 16.2 hours (or more than two business days) to rectify.²

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7 Jan 2019

It’s been 12 months since we launched eCommunications, digitising as many of our letters as possible and allowing you to receive an email or SMS from us for certain messages instead of waiting days for a letter.

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7 Jan 2019

Travelling light? Now you don’t even need your phone to make payments, thanks to Fitbit Pay and Garmin Pay™.

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5 Jan 2019

You may dream about overseas holidays, home renovations or simply spending more time with your friends and family in retirement. However, the reality is that many people’s savings are unlikely to match their ideal retirement lifestyle unless they take action.

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4 Jan 2019

Download and read our latest issue of With Interest.

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2 Jan 2019

In Australia, the Government subsidises different types of aged care services to cater for older peoples’ needs and to support their carers — usually their family.

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8 Aug 2017

While the contribution limits for super have gone down this year, there’s still opportunities to take advantage of the generous tax environment super offers.

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3 Aug 2017

Credit Union SA has strengthened its fast-growing reputation as a popular alternative to the big banks, and reinforced the organisation’s role in the South Australian community, by breaking through the $1 billion in assets.

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1 Aug 2017

The start of the new financial year isn’t just about getting your tax return in. It’s the perfect time to think about your circumstances and get your estate plan in order — especially if your situation has changed.

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1 Aug 2017

Starting 1 August 2017 Credit Union SA members are going to have more access to fee-free ATMs with Suncorp joining the rediATM network and increasing the number of rediATMs to around 3,300 Australia wide.

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28 Jul 2017

You may not think of yourself as an investor but if you have a super account you probably are! Bridges, our financial planning partner, explains some fundamentals of investing in this short video.

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10 Jul 2017

Redundancy is an all too common event in the lives of many people these days. Those who experience redundancy need to cope with a lot of psychological, social and economic challenges, as they adjust to new circumstances and make decisions about future directions.

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1 Jul 2017

When you think of the ways you can invest, many people first think of buying an investment property or maybe some shares on the stock market. While these methods of direct investment have their own merits, many investors would be better off using the investment power of a managed fund to achieve the goals of growth, security and diversity. But how do managed funds work and why are they an effective way to invest? Here are the basics about these funds to help you make the right decision.

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26 Jun 2017

Did you know that about 83% of Australians have insurance for their car but only 31% protect their most valuable asset – their income? Bridges, our financial planning partner, explains why insuring yourself is so important in this short video.

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15 Jun 2017

One day you may have the good fortune to come into an unexpected cash windfall. Perhaps an inheritance, lottery win, redundancy payout or an unfortunate compensation or insurance claim.

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13 Jun 2017

Credit Union SA's Purpose Comes to Life. A Virtual Tattoo competition was run in December 2016 with staff engagement as a way for staff to connect and collaborate in bringing the Credit Union’s Purpose to life.

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