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21 Aug 2019

If you want to reduce your working hours or pay less tax without sacrificing your cash flow, a transition to retirement pension could be the answer.

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9 Aug 2019

We are seeing a significant increase in investment scams, largely with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.

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8 Aug 2019

We are proud to bring you the SALA Parlour as the SALA Festival Education Partner.

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24 Jan 2017

See how Bridges Financial Planner Lyle Greig helps Clare plan for a happy and rewarding retirement.<iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/243986397" height="360" width="640"></iframe>

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20 Jan 2017

Most of us look forward to the enticing days of retirement. Having the freedom to do what you want, when you want and the time to indulge those interests and passions that have been put on the back-burner during your working life.

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17 Jan 2017

We have all learned some financial lessons the hard way through life so why not pass on some of that wisdom to the next generation?

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10 Jan 2017

Teaching children about how to manage their personal finances from a young age will have a profound impact on their attitude to money in the future.

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4 Jan 2017

In the last issue of 'With Interest' we introduced members to digital wallet technology – a way for members to pay for purchases via a debit or credit card loaded into their smart device, wherever contactless mobile payment systems are offered.

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2 Jan 2017

The emerging trend of extreme budgeting is being used by some as a way to achieve early retirement, but will it suit you?

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30 Dec 2016

Happy 2017! Is this the year you turn those New Year's resolutions into New Year's renovations?

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12 Dec 2016

When Monique Russell listened to a presentation with other Antonio Catholic School staff about Credit Union SA’s School Community Rewards Program, she thought it all seemed too good to be true.

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9 Dec 2016

With the family’s car dying a slow and noisy death, Monique and Allan Russell turned to Credit Union SA because of its strong community presence and support, but soon learned the organisation delivered so much more.

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8 Dec 2016

The festive season can be stressful and stretch your finances if you aren’t careful.

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28 Nov 2016

Credit Union SA’s Special Fixed Rate Car Loan has been named one of the country’s best value personal loans in the Mozo Experts Choice Awards, taking out awards in both the Car Loan and Secured Personal Loan categories.

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21 Nov 2016

One thing for certain is that change is inevitable. Getting older, moving jobs, having children, retiring, or suddenly becoming ill are some life changes that can put pressure on finances. But what can be done to future-proof a home loan?

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21 Nov 2016

The 2016 Credit Union SA AGM was held on Thursday 17 November at the Adelaide Pavilion Veale Gardens, Adelaide.

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15 Nov 2016

ADELAIDE, South Australia – Credit Union SA, a member owned financial&nbsp;institution, today brings its customers Apple Pay, which is&nbsp;transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to pay that’s&nbsp;fast&nbsp;and convenient.

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3 Nov 2016

Beware of a new Android mobile malware (Android GM Bot Malware) which are targeting Australian Banking customers. The malware attempts to gain full control and access to the users accounts.

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7 Oct 2016

There are plenty of choices to make when trying to secure your financial future.

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4 Oct 2016

As soon as Sara Scott started school she knew she wanted to be a teacher, and she was so determined to achieve her ambition that she took on her first student at five year’s old.

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4 Oct 2016

When Jo Hurrell reflects on her choice to become a teacher, she realises it was her father, and role model, who inspired her career decision.

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4 Oct 2016

Cassie Young wasn’t sure what she wanted to do after high school, but a gentle nudge from her Dad set her on the path to becoming a teacher and it didn’t take long to recognise her love of teaching and learning.

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