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We run a business. Sometimes we receive a cheque, drawn on a major bank, from someone at church. We just can’t figure that out - why would someone from church NOT bank at the Christian Credit Union? It’s like...read more
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Registered Education Savings Plan

Registered Education Savings Plan (’RESP’) Part 1

April 30, 2015

 In 1998 the federal government, in response to increasing post secondary tuition costs, beefed up Registered Education Savings Plans (’RESP’) by adding a 20% Grant to contributions made to RESPs within certain limits. The Canadian Education Savings Grant...
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Closure of Alberta Centennial Education Plan (ACES) Grant Program

April 24, 2015

Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a product designed to help parents and guardians fund their children’s post-secondary education. A casualty of the March 26, 2015 Alberta budget was the elimination of...
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Registered Education Saving Plan (’RESP’) Part 2

May 29, 2012

Back in Junior High, our basketball coach taught us the concept of a back door. It involves a player taking an indirect route, a ’back door’ to the low post and being in a position to receive a pass and...
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News & Events

$650 Cash Giveaway Winners
Christian Credit Union is pleased to announce the winners of the $650 Cash Giveaway. Members who opened a term deposit from January 1 to February 28, 2017 were automatically entered...

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In the Community

2017 Annual Meetings Wrap Up
Thanks for joining us as we celebrated 65 years at our Annual Meetings in Lethbridge and Edmonton. We enjoyed great food, fellowship, and a good...

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Fraud Prevention

Little Black Book of Scams
Every year, Canadians lose millions of dollars to the activities of scammers who bombard us with online, mail, door-to-door and telephone scams. We are...

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