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We’re moving

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London Fire Fighters’ Credit Union and PACE to partner

    London Fire Fighters’ Credit Union and PACE to partner FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2017 – The Board of Directors of London Fire Fighters’ Credit Union Limited and PACE Savings and Credit Union Limited are pleased to announce

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2017 AGM

The Annual General Meeting is March 9th at 7PM, Mocha Temple.

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GlobalFire Needs Our Help

One of GlobalFire’s roles is to allow firefighters from developed nations help firefighters in the developing world.  This is achieved by freely providing equipment and training to the recipient.  You can help by donating to GlobalFire.  Click here for more

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Credit Score & Reports

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Tax Refund

It’s time for the spring ritual of eagerly awaiting our income tax refund! There are so many exciting things to spend that money on – a vacation, a flat-screen television, a new toy for the garage; however, there are much

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Tax-Free Savings Accounts

With the recent introduction of Tax-Free Savings Accounts, deciding where to save your money is a big decision – and sometimes confusing. One of the most important considerations should be the primary purpose of your savings. The most common reasons

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Your LFFCU – Shelter from the Financial Storm

Every day, new headlines broadcast the latest financial furor south of the border. While financial markets falter, Canada’s credit union system remains strong and calm, protected by well designed lending policies and sound regulatory structures. And although Canada’s economic outlook

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VSA – Vital Signs Absent

Does this describe your savings? Don’t panic. It’s not too late to revive your financial situation. Why save? It seems like a silly question, but many Canadians don’t know the answer. We are spending more than we make. There are

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We are tempted to live a life we cannot truly afford

As consumers, we are bombarded with offers to ‘take it home today’ yet do not pay for 12 months. According to Statistics Canada, for each dollar of disposable income, Canadians owed $1.16. This 2005 ratio will no doubt climb in

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