Credit Union SA News
Featured news and important messages
28 Mar 2017
As we get older, it becomes more and more difficult to live independently – whether it’s because of illness, disability, reduced mobility, isolation or the problems associated with maintaining a large property. So, whether it’s for you, or on behalf of your parents, maybe it’s time to start finding out more about the aged care accommodation options that are available.
23 Mar 2017
We talk to Mozo's Andrew Duncanson to find out what makes a great value kids savings account and the advice he has for parents to ensure they choose the very best account for their children.
14 Mar 2017
When it comes to women and finances there are some interesting statistics. Our financial planning partner, Bridges, explains in this short video.
14 Mar 2017
The SACE Art Show 2017 is set to impress with 148 art and design works on display at the Adelaide College of the Arts from 18 March.
7 Mar 2017
Most people have a desire to seek financial independence and security, but many never really follow a plan to achieve it. For some people, building a portfolio is too complex and confusing and they shy away from ever taking any concrete steps to building their wealth. Others may feel they can manage their own investment strategy by themselves, but will often end up making fundamental mistakes in either taking on too much risk, or missing opportunities to grow their wealth.
7 Mar 2017
Credit Union SA has increased its commitment to South Australia’s education community by introducing a new credit card designed specifically for teachers and employees of the education sector, and offering one of the lowest interest rates in the nation and no annual fee.
20 Feb 2017
Credit Union SA’s Children's Savings Account has ranked among the country’s best value savings and deposit accounts in the annual Mozo Experts Choice Deposit Account Awards.
17 Feb 2017
One of the biggest myths surrounding financial advice is that you need a lot of money. Our financial planning partner, Bridges, explains that it’s simply not the case.
8 Feb 2017
When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, 'getting my finances under control' would have to be right up there alongside 'losing weight' or 'doing more exercise' as the most popular choice.
1 Feb 2017
You don’t need luck or a hot tip to have a successful investment plan. Just follow some simple, time tested guidelines from Bridges, our financial planning partner, to achieve the best results.
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>
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.
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?
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.
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.
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?
30 Dec 2016
Happy 2017! Is this the year you turn those New Year's resolutions into New Year's renovations?
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.
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.