Credit Union SA News
Featured news and important messages
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
5 Jun 2017
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Director Election of Credit Union SA Limited. Shareholding members, who are 18 years or older and eligible to act as a Director under the Constitution and the Corporations Act 2001, may nominate for the one Board position available.
1 Jun 2017
While we all have different priorities, we can all benefit from making some financial resolutions at the start of the new financial year. Here are five tips that can put you in better financial shape for the financial year ahead.
31 May 2017
Understanding your super is important because it’s your money to fund your retirement. Bridges, our financial planning partner, explains how you can take advantage of the opportunities super has to offer in this short video.
17 May 2017
Since February 2017, some welcome changes have been made to the home care system — giving greater choice to older Australians.
12 May 2017
Bridges Financial Services provides a clear, concise and informative breakdown of the key changes outlined in the 2017-18 Federal Budget.
3 May 2017
A strikingly bold portrait of a student’s younger sister has been voted the most popular work at the SACE Art Show 2017.
2 May 2017
When appointing an executor, you can choose a family member, friend or professional trustee company. But, one thing’s for sure — it’s not for the faint-hearted.
26 Apr 2017
It’s hard to imagine falling in love with your bills, but with BPAY, you may find yourself falling in like.
26 Apr 2017
On 1 July 2017 big changes are coming to superannuation. It’s important to understand what the new rules are – and how they will affect you. While the changes are wide-ranging, most relate to the super contributions cap. That is, how much you’re allowed to put into super to take advantage of the generous tax environment super offers.
24 Apr 2017
What would you say is your most valuable asset? The answer to this question could be quite different to different age groups. A younger person may say their car or a valued possession, such as a musical instrument, is their biggest ticket item.