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Irish families spending on average €400 per child to go back to school

As parents of school going children brace themselves ahead of the back to school shopping season, the Irish League of Credit Unions has taken a look at just what the costs for both primary and secondary school children are. In 2011, a typical Irish family will spend approximately €400 on each child when getting them ready to go back to school in September with back-to-school expenditure for a second-level student is almost 50 per cent higher than for a primary-level pupil.

St Etchen’s NS Kinnegad take the title in a nail-biting final

After a nail-biting two hours St Etchen’s National School in Kinnegad won joint first place in Competition A of the finals of the Credit Union All Ireland Schools Quiz which was held in the RDS on Sunday April 3.

Castlebar launches credit union ‘Managing your Money in 2011’ series

Castlebar has played host to the launch and first leg of a series of nationwide personal finance meetings organised by the Irish League of Credit Unions. The event entitled ‘Managing your Money in 2011’ opened to a capacity crowd at the Harlequin Hotel last Thursday.

Credit Union to host personal finance public meeting in Castlebar

In the context of the deep recession and the current challenging economic times, the Irish League of Credit Unions has announced that it is organising a series of nationwide public meetings to provide expert personal finance advice and guidance to members of the public. The first meeting will be held in the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar on Thursday February 10 at 6.30pm.

Feeling the post Christmas financial pinch?

Too much food and wine aren’t the only things causing post Christmas hangovers in 2011. January can be one of the most financially stressful times of the year as Christmas bills start arriving into households around the country during the month. This year in particular, many families will struggle to keep their heads above water as they deal not only with Christmas overspending but reduced incomes, cuts in social welfare and job losses.

Credit Unions in Kilkenny celebrate international credit union day

Credit Unions in Kilkenny will next week mark International Credit Union Day, sharing the occasion with over 183 million members of 49,330 credit unions around the world.

Credit unions opposed to unreasonable control

The Irish League of Credit Unions is deeply unhappy with the proposed amendments to the Central Bank Bill 2010 as set out by the Minister for Finance last week. The ILCU feels that the Minister for Finance and the Registrar of Credit Unions are attempting to control credit unions in an unreasonable way which will ultimately mean that credit unions will be unable to assist their members as they have done in the past.

Farmers can receive Department payments to credit union accounts

The Irish League of Credit Unions has announced that its member credit unions in the Republic of Ireland can now receive electronic payments due to their farming members from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.

Reassurance from St Brigid’s CU

With all the press coverage credit unions have been receiving in the past few months, some good and some bad, St Brigid’s Credit Union would like to take this opportunity to assure its members of how safe their money is.

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