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A warm welcome to all our Maynooth Members.

Naas / Maynooth Merger

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The Boards of Naas Credit Union and Maynooth Credit Union have agreed a merger of the two Credit Unions, to create a larger, stronger and more efficient Credit Union to serve members across the locality.

The new entity will have offices in Naas, Maynooth, Monread and Ballymore Eustace and will provide an enhanced range of services to members.

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We are here to lend and have up to €30 million available for borrowers where we offer the best rates for personal loans at the moment. The Credit Union promotes a positive approach to Lending with a wide range of options to suit your individual circumstances and needs.

Thousands of members avail of our standard loan rate every year at Naas Credit Union. Whether itís for a holiday, special occasion, some household related expenses


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Everybody who lives or works in the area is welcome to become a member of Naas Credit Union. Joining Naas Credit Union is simple: we will need some information from you (details here) and you can come into our offices in Naas, Maynooth, Monread or Ballymore Eustace to join.

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Great savings for Naas CU borrowers
4 Steps to a financially happy new year
Why you should not be afraid to open your new years credit card bill

Meet Justine

Pocket Money

Justine saved €227 per month
Justine, a self-employed interior designer, borrowed €7,500 from Ulster Bank to build a sun room onto her home. Payment for a large piece of work was slow to come in so she put many of her decorating and new furniture costs on her AIB Visa card. Because it was hard to predict how much she would earn and when her clients would pay her, she only ever paid the minimum payment each month of €225 on her credit card bill. Before she knew it, her balance was hitting €7,500....

Creating a household budget for the year may seem like a lot of work, but you only have to do it once. And let’s face it, if you don’t know where you’re starting from, how are you going to reach your goals?

1. Get a clear picture of your finances

At its most basic, budgeting means making sure your household doesn’t spend more than it takes in. Write down all your income and all your expenditure. Subtract your expenditure from your income and see what that leaves you with. Use a budgeting tool such as the Irish League of Credit Unions app My Budget Buddy, available for apple and Android devices, to make sure you include everything....

You’ve probably received your December credit card statement in the last couple of weeks. Have you even opened it? Ok, here’s a really simple way to get 2015 off to a good start and to improve your financial health; open it. Now breathe.

Pocket MoneyNow that you know what you’re dealing with, you’re in a better position already. While you’re at it, dig out your car loan contract and the details of any other personal loans you have. Jot down the monthly amount you pay and the APR (annual percentage rate of interest). Did you know that if you were to borrow from Naas Credit Union to pay them all off, you could have considerably more money in your pocket every month, or be debt free much faster?...