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Congratulations to our car draw winners!


This month, our car draw was held during our SGM in the Convection Centre in Dublin and we are delighted to announce the following winners:

Winner of Nissan Pulsar

David Whelan                                 Tipperary Town, Co. Tipperary

Winner of €5,000


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Special General Meeting (SGM) Friday May 5th 2017


Dear Member,

I would like to invite you to attend the Special General Meeting (SGM) taking place on Friday May 5th 2017 at 5.30pm in the Convention Centre Dublin.
 
The purpose of this SGM is to vote on the proposal for a new name for our Credit Union.

We look forward to seeing you there. 


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Buying a new car?


EDDIE CUNNINGHAM, MOTORING EDITOR FOR THE IRISH INDEPENDENT, SHARES HIS TOP TIPS WITH US

When buying a new car, we need to be as careful with how we finance the purchase as we are about the purchase itself.

Reputable car dealer

Whether buying new or secondhand, always go for a well-established dealer. That way you have comeback if something goes wrong. And things go wrong – even with new cars. 


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Congratulations to all our winning members!


To enter our monthly car draw, or any of our competitions,  visit this page and you enter there and then – it could be your name appearing in the next newsletter! 

CAR DRAW WINNERS: 

  • November Jim Shields, Co. Donegal 
  • December Denis O’Connor, Co. Kildare

Congratulations! We wish you both  many happy and safe years of driving!


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Dispelling the Credit Union myths


Dispelling the Credit Union myths

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Nomination of Shares


A Nomination is a legally binding, written instruction that tells the Credit Union what to do with your money after your death. The Nomination service is very valuable to members in that it allows access to nominated funds by the nominee within a very short period of the death of the member. And while it will not relieve the loss suffered by the nominee, it serves to relieve potential cash-flow difficulties.


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