Aussies have shared some tough times during COVID-19 but the silver lining is that we’re talking more about money matters – and looking for ways to give our financial skills a lift.
Welcome to the June edition of your Member Benefits Update.
Now’s the time to workshop money matters to plug any leaks.
Greetings and welcome to the first Australian Unions Member Benefits update for 2020.
Money problems can creep up us on gradually – here are five key indicators that you could be heading into financial stress in 2020 and tips on what you can do to avoid it, brought to you by industry super fund-owned bank ME.
The September edition of your member benefits update brings you seven ways to save money and the planet, we pose the question who needs financial planning exactly, we bring you news from the recent awarding to the Australian union movement of the Medal of the Order of Timor-Leste, there are exclusive union member discounts off your next travel adventure plus we have two fantastic DVD titles courtesy of Madman Entertainment to give away in our monthly competition!
Photo: L-R Thomas Mayor, Sally McManus, Martin Kingham, Michele O’Neil, Leigh Hubbard, Ged Kearney and Kate Lee accepting the Medal of the Order of Timor-Leste on behalf of the Australian union movement last month.
The fallout of the Financial Services Royal Commission raised the question for consumers of how they can get financial advice they can trust.
Climate data shows we could be up for our hottest year on record.
Your industry super fund-owned bank ME looks at simple ways to put this year’s tax refund to good use.
Saving is simple.