Credit Union SA News
Featured news and important messages
24 Jan 2018
A self managed super fund gives you complete control of your super but our financial planning partner, Bridges, explains that with this freedom and flexibility comes responsibility.
22 Jan 2018
Credit Union SA has taken the opportunity to enhance its Board’s Retail Banking and Risk Management experience and skill set with the appointment of Mr Philip Riquier as a Board Appointed Director effective from 1 February 2018.
10 Jan 2018
Most of us recognise the importance of maintaining a diversified portfolio when we are building our retirement nest egg. Keeping the right balance of growth assets and capital secure assets allows us to build a bigger super balance over time, with a degree of security, and potential to maximise your end results.
3 Jan 2018
In October 2017, Credit Union SA undertook a research program to help us understand our members’ satisfaction and what you value.
3 Jan 2018
Capital gains tax relates to the gains or losses you make when you sell certain types of capital assets. The difference between the purchase cost and sale cost of the asset will determine whether there is a capital loss or gain. This tax may apply to any asset purchased after 20 September 1985, which is when the tax was first introduced.
21 Dec 2017
In this third instalment of our news article series on the soon to be launched faster payments service, we’ll be taking a closer look at Osko – the real-time payments service that has the potential to change our lives.
18 Dec 2017
In this second instalment of our news article series on the New Payments Platform we’ll be taking a closer look at PayIDs – the smart addressing service that will make sending money quicker and easier.
13 Dec 2017
Credit Union SA has reinforced its reputation as one of the nation’s best value lenders by taking out awards for its credit cards, car loans and personal loans across nine categories at the prestigious 2017 Mozo Experts Choice Awards.
8 Dec 2017
The 2017 Credit Union SA AGM was held on Thursday 23 November 2017 at the Adelaide Pavilion, Veale Gardens, Adelaide.
1 Dec 2017
Credit Union SA announced at its AGM on Thursday 23 November 2017 that current Board Director, Carolyn Mitchell, will become the new Chair and will commence in the position on 1 December 2017.
28 Nov 2017
We’re very excited. The New Payments Platform (NPP for short) is a new, faster way for Australians to send and receive money, and it’s going live early 2018.
24 Nov 2017
As real estate prices across the country continue to soar while home ownership rates remain in decline it can be a real challenge for those wanting to get on – or move up – the property ladder.
24 Nov 2017
Buying a home isn’t just about saving a deposit, having pre-approved finance in place and then waiting for an offer to be accepted on that dream place.
14 Nov 2017
This feature within our Mobile Banking App was switched off in December 2017.
8 Nov 2017
The 1 July 2017 super reforms have opened up a fantastic new opportunity to build wealth in super and reduce your tax bill at the same time. That is, it’s now easier to claim a tax deduction on your personal super contributions than ever before.
1 Nov 2017
Giving a child a good education is one of the best things you can do as a parent or grandparent. But what if you weren’t around to help make it happen? Fortunately you can put plans in place in your Will to make sure your children’s or grandchildren’s inheritance goes towards their education.
26 Oct 2017
Super is the most tax effective ways to save for your retirement and there are many ways to contribute. Bridges Financial Services explain how.<iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/244137469" height="360" width="640"></iframe>
23 Oct 2017
2017 AGM - 23 November 2017
20 Oct 2017
You only get one shot at going into retirement, so it is essential that you go in with your eyes wide open. That means being aware of where your income may be coming from, how to plan for living and recreational expenses, and making decisions that are balanced and have an eye on the long term.
10 Oct 2017
It’s natural to procrastinate over a daunting task, but the bottom line for any financial plan is how well it provides for the protection of you and your family if the worst happens. These tips will help you identify the key elements your plan should include to get the right cover at the right price.