Member Advantage Benefits Program
Accessing your ASU PS VIC member benefits
We’re pleased to offer more value to our members with the Member Advantage benefits program. This program is free to use for ASU members, offering you and your family unlimited use and allows you to save money on your everyday expenses.
You can access your Australian Services Union Victorian Private Sector Branch member benefits website directly from asupsvic.memberadvantage.com.au
Save money with member benefits on:
- Discounted movie tickets
- Discounted gift cards
- Discounted accommodation
- Discounted Cars, Tyres, Car Hire and wine
- Quality insurance
- Banking – great offers from ME
For more information, call Member Advantage on 1300 853 352 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the ASU directly at email@example.com or on 03 9342 3300.
Discount Movie Tickets
Banking and Financial Services
Your ASU membership gives you the option of applying for any one of the Super Members Home Loans, all of which are offered at a discounted interest rate.
As well as a discounted interest rate, other benefits of the SMHL range include:
- No application fee
- No valuation fee
- No ongoing account keeping fees
- Split and top-ups available
- Free redraw and free lump sum payments
- No fees for phone or Internet banking
Eddy Partners Accountants offer ASU members a 14-day tax refund for just $105!
They also provide
- A detailed on-the-spot estimate of your tax refund
- A full copy of your tax return for your records
- After hours, weekend and business hours appointments, or over the phone, fax or mail
- A low, tax deductible fee of just $105 (returns involving rental statements, capital gains tax schedules or other non-salary income will be subject to additional charge).
The ASU and ACTU Member Connect recognise that it is very difficult for union members to know where to go when seeking financial advice. There are so many organisations and individuals offering financial and investment advice that it becomes a major headache to pick one or more that are right for you.
In recognition of this need, ACTU Member Connect has over the past few years selected a number of organisations providing financial advice that have the capacity and the willingness to provide financial advice to union members. These organisations are all licensed to provide financial advice under the Corporations Act.
In doing so, and in conjunction with those organisations, ACTU Member Connect has identified a number of individuals within those organisations who have been approved as endorsed advisers. Each individual is authorised by their organisation to provide financial advice.memberconnect.com.au
Slater & Gordon is a national law firm committed to solving your legal problems. Their wide range of services is designed to help you get access to the right legal advice when you need it.
Throughout their 75-year history Slater & Gordon has a long and proud tradition of working with trade unions, and this commitment to social justice and rights for all workers continues to this day.
Slater & Gordon’s reputation has been built around striving for the best outcome for each of our individual clients.
The results they achieve are made possible by the depth of expertise offered by our team of more than 650 staff across Australia. Slater & Gordon has offices throughout metropolitan Melbourne and in regional Victoria. Slater & Gordon offers legal services and special benefits in the following areas:
- Personal injury
- Further legal services
For legal advice please call ASU Legal Services on (03) 9320 6700.
Or, Call the Slater and Gordon Legal Help Line on 1800 555 777.
Or, for 24-hour information on legal services go to slatergordon.com.auslatergordon.com.au
Most ASU members’ retirement savings are held with one of the major industry superannuation funds. Industry Funds pay all profits to members and have low fees. These funds are controlled by a board of trustees, made up of equal numbers of employer and union representatives.
The ASU has secured benefits for members with the following superannuation funds: