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Beware of Free Trial Offers

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Free trial offers can be a great way to test a product or service before you commit fully.

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AGM 2016

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First Option Credit Union held its 51st Annual General Meeting at Tabcorp's Granville NSW office on 29 November 2016.

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First Option TRUMPS the banks!

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(at least 3 out of the Big 4)

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Are you prepared for Christmas?

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As we all know, Christmas is a very expensive time of year. Buying presents and holiday expenses are just the beginning.

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CEO Update - December 2015

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We are half way through the financial year and Christmas is almost upon us. How time flies! It has been a busy year so far for the team at First Option.

Here is a quick summary…

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Mark's Budget Saver Blog - Part 1

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For a long time, First Option has offered a Budget Saver account to its members. It’s not as straight forward as other accounts, as it’s part access account and part overdraft – working together. Some people think it’s only for those in financial trouble. Others think it’s a good idea, but don’t know where to start.

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Mark's Budget Saver Blog - Part 2

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Read Part 2 of Mark's Budget Saver Blog.

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Boost Retirement Savings by saying NO to Deposit Tax

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The Customer Owned Banking Association says the Federal Government can support “retirement savings” by walking away from the proposed deposit tax.

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Do the Big 4 Banks really need more profit?

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First Option Credit Union – Your Credit Union – has recently passed on the full 25 point decrease to mortgages, whilst 3 of the big 4 banks have not!

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