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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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4 Apr 2016

Whether it is buying that dream home, a new set of wheels, or some other significant purchase, there’s nothing more disappointing than having it slip through your fingers because the amount you need to borrow is just out of your financial reach.

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18 Mar 2016

Credit Union SA is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Kathryn Jordan to its Board of Directors, following the retirement of long-serving Director, Ms Sally Paterson.

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3 Mar 2016

While we do our utmost at Credit Union SA to ensure the security and confidentiality of our Members’ information, there are also many steps that you can and should take to protect yourself.

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2 Mar 2016

For young home buyers, getting a foothold on to the property ladder can be a frustrating time spent saving every spare dollar while watching the price of homes steadily increase. For parents, it can also mean extra time lodging the ‘children’ before they have enough money to leave the nest for the wider world.

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1 Mar 2016

Attracted by the promise of modern bells and whistles with years of hassle-free maintenance, a growing number of savvy homebuyers – including those doing it for the first time – are opting to build brand new properties.

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29 Feb 2016

Choosing the right place to live is an exciting decision however the risk that getting it wrong can bring serious financial impacts, as well as having to pack up and move again.

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26 Feb 2016

Sadly, identity theft is now one of the most common crimes in Australia, and can lead to all sorts of associated illegal activities. Follow SCAMwatch's top 6 'protect yourself' tips to leave scammers out in the cold.

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24 Feb 2016

Coming home from your holiday can be gloomy. But learning that something has gone wrong in your absence can be devastating. Here we provide 10 things you can organise before you leave home to help prevent catastrophes or to at least help put you back in the position you were in before you left.

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6 Feb 2016

Often when it comes to real estate it is a case of ‘you snooze, you lose’ so with pre-approvals you will be in a position to act fast, beat the competition and secure the deal.

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3 Feb 2016

Low interest rates are seeing a growing number of homeowners unlocking their inner builder, with as many as half of all Australian homeowners planning to renovate their property this year.

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