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From now until March 1, when you make a minimum contribution of $500 to your RRSP or TFSA, you could win a little extra for your future and your community. Two winners from across Atlantic Canada will receive a $1,000 prize and we’ll donate $1,000 to a local charity of your choice in your name. It’s a win/win in the best possible way. All you have to do is participate in an appointment. Click here to contact us.


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*No purchase necessary. Click on Contest Terms and Conditions for more details.

* According to the 2016 Census, while 35.0% of households contributed to RRSPs nationally in 2015, the numbers were lower in Atlantic Canada: just over one‑quarter (27.7%) of households in Prince Edward Island, 26.7% in Newfoundland and Labrador, 26.6% in Nova Scotia, and 25.7% in New Brunswick. Similarly, household contribution rates for TFSAs were also lower in Atlantic Canada (ranging from 27.2% in Newfoundland and Labrador to 32.3% in Nova Scotia) compared with the national average (40.4%).*

* According to the 2016 Census, a majority (65.2%) of Canada’s 14 million households contributed to at least one of three major types of registered savings accounts in 2015, namely RRSPs, TFSAs, and registered pension plans (RPPs). On average, 35.0% of households contributed to RRSPs, 30.1% contributed to RPPs and 40.4% contributed to TFSAs. Overall, households with after‑tax income of $60,000 or more were more likely to contribute to an account (85.4%), as were households with a major income earner aged 25 to 54 (71.7%).*

* The MoneyMatch Contest will give members a chance to have their RRSP or TFSA contribution matched by their credit union. That can make a big difference!

* As values and motives of other financial institutions are questioned, it is even more important for credit unions to build on the trust shown through research with existing members, as well as demonstrating trustworthiness with new members. How can we do this? By delivering savings and retirement advice in members’ best interest, in channels they consume content, including online.

* Investment is often triggered by seasonality. As tax season approaches it’s a reminder for our target audience that they need to take a closer look at their savings plan to consider how they can put more away or start a savings plan. Financial planning and saving program information can be confusing. Having tips, guidance and product information available to them will demonstrate our ability to service those needs. The first step is connecting our audience with relevant information and motivating them to book an appointment with your credit union.


* More and better website content increases search engine optimization (SEO), especially within highly competitive search topics such as RRSPs and TFSAs.

* For Canadians, the Internet is more influential in purchasing decisions than the advice of family and friends. This makes up‐to‐date, relevant content more important than ever.

*Source: https://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2016/as-sa/98-200-x/2016013/98-200-x2016013-eng.cfm?wbdisable=true





At Provincial Government Employees Credit Union you are a customer and an owner.  A better relationship that ensures your needs come first, with you taking ownership of your financial future.  As a customer-owner with Provincial Government Employees Credit Union you have access to our complete line of products and services. 

We offer Chequing and Savings accounts, Loans, Mortgages, MasterCard and Choice Reward products, loyalty program, RRSP's, RESP's, GIC's, Term Deposits and Retirement Planning.

You may access any of your financial needs through online banking, telephone banking or ATM's 24 hours a day, or at our branch during our regular business hours.  Complimenting our services are a number of Credit Union system partners specializing in insurance, trust and wealth management areas.

 Credit Union Deposit Insurance

You will have the security of knowing that your deposits are protected by the Nova Scotia Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation (CUDIC).  It is the highest level of deposit protection available in Nova Scotia.  For more information on CUDIC visit www.nscudic.org or contact Provincial Government Employees Credit Union at (902) 424-5712 or toll free 1-888-484-0880.

 

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