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Friday, 4 July 2014
Happy New Financial Year and welcome to the July edition of Your Union Benefits Update. July is the month to get your finances in order and we have some great tips on how to do that in this month's edition. There's also information about rallies... read more...
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
The key to earning a great return doesn’t always lie with a high interest savings account. Holding your spare cash in a savings account can be a sensible decision. After all, savings accounts can be a very secure investment. The downside is that... read more...
Wednesday, 4 June 2014
Welcome to the 'End of Financial Year' edition of Your Union Benefits Update. This month we bring news about the ACTU's latest TV ad campaign concerning the budget, there's some timely EOFY tips from ME Bank, important info on changes to... read more...
Image: Mother's Day Classic founders, Louise Davidson & Mavis Robertson Happy May Day, everyone! The May edition of 'Your Union Benefits Update' brings you an update from Ged Kearney on the latest attack on workers, info on how you can join... read more...
Wednesday, 9 April 2014
This year I will get in control of my finances! myprosperity is proud to partner with the ACTU and Australian Unions to deliver its online personal wealth management tool. By joining myprosperity you can access some great FREE tools that... read more...
Wednesday, 2 April 2014
Our April edition of Your Union Benefits Update is out now. This month, we delve into the ins and outs of term deposits, there's another great DVD giveaway from our friends at Madman, a timely reminder on how to register for this year's Mother's Day... read more...
Tuesday, 25 March 2014
If you’ve got cash on deposit be sure your financial institution is playing fairly. One pitfall to be aware of is ‘dual pricing’. Put simply it means a bank may heavily promote a rate a high interest rate on a small number of terms while... read more...