- The Inaugural meeting of Tipperary Credit Union took place on the 6th November 1967.
- In 1975 Tipperary Credit Unions old premises at 15 O’Brien was purchased.
- In 1981 Tipperary Credit Union appointed its first full time staff and by 1998 there were 9 Full-time staff employed.
- In 1986 Tipperary Credit Union purchased their first computer and in 1992 and in 1999 a major upgrade of the Credit Union Computer system was implemented.
- In 1988 Tipperary Credit Union celebrated its 21st Anniversary and were awarded a Civic Reception by Tipperary UDC for their services to the community.
- In 1984 the Doon Branch of Tipperary Credit Union was opened and over the years Hollyford, Cappawhite, Dundrum, Emly and Oola branches were opened.
- In 1997 Tipperary Credit Union appointed a CEO and the building of a new €1.3 million premises began at Emmet Street Tipperary
- In March 1999 Tipperary Credit Union moved into their new premises at Emmet Street Tipperary.
- In September 1999 Doon Branch became the first branch of Tipperary Credit Union to go online to the head office.
- In 2003 new branch premises were opened in Emly and Cappwhite and the Emly, Cappawhite, Hollyford, Dundrum were linked the main computer server in Tipperary.
- Tipperary Credit Union undertook a major computer upgrade in 2004 changing software systems to Wellington Computers in Belfast.
- In 2004 Tipperary Credit Union purchased the old Kielys Bakery Site for Development. By 2005 there were 13 full time staff and 10 part time staff.
- In 2007 Tipperary Credit Union celebrated its 40th Anniversary and were awarded a Civic Reception by Tipperary UDC for their services to the community.
- In 2007 Tipperary Credit Union launched its cumoney ATM card and cueasypay EFT services
- In 2014 St Bernard Credit Union Bansha became part of Tipperary Credit Unions after a successful transfer of engagement.
- In September 2014 the assets of Tipperary Credit Union Limited broke the €100 million mark.
- In 2015 Plassey Credit Union Castletroy became part of Tipperary Credit Union after a successful transfer of engagement.
- In 2017 now in our fiftieth year of operation the total assets of Tipperary Credit Union are now approaching over €128 million with savings of over €105 million, loans of just over €40 million and an active membership in the region of over 25,000.
- In 2020 now in our fifty third year of operation the total assets of Tipperary Credit Union are now approaching over €152 million with savings of over €126 million, loans of just over €44 million and an active membership in the region of over 28,100.