‘PINwise’ is an initiative of the Australian Payments Card Industry whereby a PIN instead of a signature must be used for all credit and debit transactions by 1 August 2014. Why? Using your PIN for credit and debit card purchases at point of sale is safer and faster than signing. There is only a one […]
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Here we are in June already and this means that tax time is literally knocking on our door! Gone are the days of physically lodging your return via paper, with most folks lodging their returns through the ATO portal electronically, for convenience and speed. It’s a fantastic way to get it done and hopefully get […]
NSW Police Legacy and Police Bank are excited to announce a new and continuing partnership. A proud and longstanding supporter of Police Legacy, we have confirmed our partnership for the next three years, cementing Police Banks’ already strong relationship and proving our commitment to supporting the wider police family. NSW Police Legacy Chairman Senior Sergeant […]
In the 2014-15 Budget, the Federal Government announced the following changes to abolish the first home saver accounts (FHSA) scheme; Eligibility for a government contribution will cease from 1 July 2014. Existing account holders will continue to receive the government contribution for personal contributions made during the 2013-14 income year. Tax and social security concessions […]
The Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA) today reminded customers to take simple steps to protect their PIN at ATMs following details of a criminal gang that is suspected of targeting around 40 ATMs in Sydney in a card skimming operation. NSW Police today released further information including CCTV footage regarding the card skimming which has […]
There has been news recently of a security flaw known as the ‘Heartbleed’ vulnerability. This is a flaw specifically related to secure websites using a certain type of encryption. Rest assured, Police Bank services including Internet Banking, Mobile Banking and Webloans, were NOT affected by the Heartbleed security flaw.
Class 98a of 24th February, 1964 Submitted by Phil Budge, a Member of Class 98a. On Monday 24th February 1964, seventy eight young men and one young woman aged from 19 to 29 years, commenced training to be Police Officers at the NSW Police Barracks, Bourke Street, Redfern. Included in this class were also 11 […]
The Nature of Retirement is Changing and So Are the Rules If you want to reduce your working hours or even pay less tax without sacrificing your income, a transition to retirement pension could be the answer. Longer life expectancies mean many Australians are spending more time in retirement than ever before1 This is increasing […]
Superintendent Susan Waites recently retired after 30 years of dedicated service to the NSW Police Force. Sue’s Policing career has been filled with many highlights, from her rise within the ranks to her involvement as the Chairperson of Police Legacy.
From 12 March 2014, there are amendments to the Privacy Act that will take effect. This includes changes to how Police Bank and other lenders can collect, use and disclose your personal information to credit reporting bodies, such as Equifax (previously Veda). An explanation of the changes to credit reporting can be found by visiting: […]