In the July edition of your Member Benefits Update we look at simple ways to put this year’s tax refund to good use, there’s info on ways to complement your super, we have a great winter holiday offering, plus you can go in the draw to win a $100 WISH gift card!
Member Benefits Update July 2018
Save or splurge? Put your tax refund to good use
How good is tax time? In exchange for a few hours filling out your tax return, you could receive a handy refund cheque.
The problem Hospitality, pharmacy, retail and fast food workers will have their weekend and public holiday pay cut again from 1 July and will face more cuts next year and the year after depending on the industry. This is a pay cut that these workers don’t deserve and cannot afford. From July 1, these workers…
In the June edition of your Member Benefits Update there’s a great cashback offer from our friends at Tyresales.
In the May edition of your Member Benefits Update we look at the issue of big banks wanting to get their hands on your Super, there’s great savings to be had with ME, terrific deals from The Motor Report, info on how you can join the 2017 Mother’s Day Classic plus there’s a $100 WISH gift card to win!
SaveMember Benefits Update May 2017
Super size your savings with a home-loan offset account from ME
A mortgage offset account can offer the ideal combination of easy access to cash savings while helping you pay off your home loan sooner.
In the March edition of your Member Benefits Update find out about what’s happening in your state for International Women’s Day, you can join our FREE footy tipping competitions for union members, join the fight to keep penalty rates, register for the 2017 Mother’s Day Classic and grab some bargains with your special union member discount on a range of different products and services! Plus there’s another couple of fantastic DVDs to win.
From all of us here at Australian Unions we’d like to wish our readers across Australia a very happy 2016 as we welcome you to the first edition of your Member Benefits Update for the year.
Weekends still mean something in Australia – a night out with friends, catching a match or playing with your kids. But for people who serve us in restaurants, fill our prescriptions, care for our elderly and keep us safe, weekends are just another work day. Australians have always been about the fair go, that’s why…