CUA savings accounts independently recognised as the Experts’ Choice
Australia’s largest credit union, CUA, has been recognised for offering some of the country’s best value transaction, savings and term deposit accounts, with CUA taking out multiple awards in the Mozo Experts Choice Deposit Account Awards.
Winners of our CUA everyday account and Visa Debit Card prize draw
Congratulations to our lucky winnersWe are pleased to announce the winner of our CUA everyday account + Visa Debit Card $10,000 prize for this month. PLUS there are also 10 lucky customers who have won $250.You still have a chance to win. Simply make five or more Visa purchases each month from your CUA everyday account and you’ll automatically go into the draw to win $10,000 every month until January 2017*.We want to take this opportunity to thank all our winning customers for choosing CUA for their everyday banking.
CUA Health announces changes to insurance premiums for 2017
CUA Health premiums will rise by an average of 4.97% from 1 April 2017, in line with the average premium increase across the industry.Health Minister Greg Hunt today confirmed the private health insurance premium increases for 2017 for all health funds.
Beyond brushing & flossing: Tips and tricks for healthy teeth
We all know the deal about cleaning our teeth to prevent dental decay and to maintain healthy teeth. We’re mostly well trained from a young age and brushing our teeth is almost automatic. It’s one of the first things we do in the morning and the last action of the day before we fall into bed. We also know to avoid sugar and while there is some recent debate, the current advice is still to floss daily. But what else can we do to maintain healthy teeth? Here are a few tips and tricks:
10 stress busters: How and why we should deal with stress
While stress generally gets a bad wrap – some aspects of stress can be good for us. However when we’re under a high level of stress and this is sustained for a long period of time, it can have a detrimental effect on our health and wellbeing. That’s when we need to take action to deal with stress. According to the Australian Psychological Association, more than a third (35%) of us report significant levels of distress in our lives.