Servus Credit Union publishes a member newsletter, Straight Talk, with stories, news and advice. Our digital version comes out monthly through email, and our print version is mailed four times a year to members receiving paper account statements, in March, June, September and December.
Celebrate the 70th annual Credit Union Day with treats at your local branch!
Kick off 2018 Grey Cup celebrations at the Servus "Chill Zone".
Find out how to manage seasonal debt.
Aging baby boomers may be passing on a large inheritance to their children, but is this what their children should plan for?
Making sure your family is taken care of after you pass on is important, but it can be a daunting task. Where do you start?
At any age you can create a financial strategy where you bank enough for your expenses and take any remainder to grow your wealth.
RESPs are one way to help lighten your child’s future financial load.
Let’s celebrate autumn together.
No will? No worries. Let our estate planners help you.
Have a say in who makes up our board.
When it’s time to sell your home, focusing your efforts on four key areas will help get potential buyers into your home.
With more members than ever choosing to do their banking online, it’s important to know how to keep your assets safe.
Learn about the Servus Rewards account and how we’ve made it easier to calculate patronage payments.
The Edmonton Street Performers Festival is back for its 33rd year, and Servus is proud to be a sponsor!
Find out how you can make the most of your summer vacation without spending a lot of money.
Starting this summer, Servus members will get VIP treatment at Edmonton Eskimo home games at Commonwealth Stadium.
Apple Pay offers a fast, secure and convenient way to make payments through your iPhone or Apple Watch and your Servus Member Card®.
SACE supports individuals affected by sexual abuse and assault and empowers communities to take action against sexual violence.
The Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton (Sage) improves the quality of life of seniors through activities, medical help, assistance with government programs and more.
Alberta Mamas, a collective started by seasoned bloggers, social media managers, business owners and mothers, offers their 5 best tips to save money this summer.
With food prices rising, it pays to cut down on costs at the grocery store and restaurants. Here are 27 tips for reducing your food bill.
Your life – and the financial markets – can change dramatically in a year. It's important to have regular check-ups with your financial advisor to make sure your financial plan is working for you.
Are you moving this summer? You can have a better moving experience if you take time to get organized. Here's a checklist to help you get started.
Dyan Eybergen, certified parent coach, offers her top 5 tips to teach your kids about the importance of money from an early age.
Nermisa Omerovic, Servus Assistant Branch Manager and successful blogger behind Letters to La La Land, shares her top 8 tips to save $5 per day or more!
Assistant branch manager at Servus Credit Union by day, successful blogger for Letters to La La Land by night, Nermisa Omerovic is smart, financially fit, and has tips to share with our members.
The key is to make sure you have a plan in place to pay off the debt quickly. Here are some tips to help keep your debt in check during your home renovations.
In January, the Canadian government brought in new rules on mortgage lending. Find out what has changed if you want to get, renew or refinance a mortgage in Canada this year.
Whether you're travelling or staying home, summer activities can be expensive. Check out these ideas for stretching your money while making memories this season.
Every so often, we update our Member Agreement. We're releasing a new agreement on June 1 with a few changes to our services and policies.
Do you have a long summer wish list of things to see and do? Here are three financial planning and saving tips to help you make some of your wishes come true.
Our two new branches in Calgary—Inglewood and Panorama Hills—are full service locations where you can meet all your daily banking needs and get expert financial advice.
The science centre is expanding, and we're proud to be part of it. We're donating funds for new health, engineering and innovation exhibits and more.
Over 400 members attended the meeting on March 7 to catch up on the latest with the credit union and learn the results of the 2018 board of directors elections.
It's important to find expert advice you can trust when approaching financial milestones. Hannah shares what she has discovered.
Hannah and her young family are preparing for several big financial milestones in the next while...
There are many great things that come with using credit wisely. But to do that, you need to know some basics. Let's debunk some myths.
March is International Fraud Prevention Month. What are you doing to protect yourself and fight back against fraud?
Can you afford not to? Spring break is coming, and while rest, relaxation, entertainment and fun may be on your agenda, not all trips go 100% as planned.
Credit unions offer the same products and services as banks but operate differently. We are owned by members and invest our profits back into our communities.
We're taking our Straight Talk newsletter online so we can get better at telling you about special offers, features and events.
Tax refunds can seem like free money. Here are some ways to put that money to work for you.
In your 20s, you may feel you have lots of time. In your 50s, you may worry that it's too late to start. Now is always the right time to start planning for your retirement.