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There is no such thing as a fee-free rate if you are sending money abroad with your bank. Whether you are gifting, paying a supplier, or wiring emergency funds – just avoid the bank. If you want to prevent getting ripped off, read this: Bank systems are slowHave you ever heard of SWIFT? What makes the money move around the world is Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication.However, how fast...

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The day before the departure date, we are sorting out what Brexit will change when it comes to travelling, exchanging currencies, and holiday money. This once-in-a-lifetime event will, no doubt, have numerous implications regarding British consumer rights and finances. These are some of the answers Britons who plan to book their holidays for the year should know. 1. What is going to change in terms of travelling ac...

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Cheap flight season is on, and now is the best time to plan your first holiday for 2020. January boasts great exchange rates as well. When knowing the sterling exchange rate has stabilised a bit finally, why wouldn’t you benefit from this favourable period? Today, we are talking about the best deals. America Would you gladly swap this dreary winter for a couple of days in the sunshine states? Miami and Los Angeles are waiting for you! Book your flights in January and enjoy delightful 21 degree...

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We have already stepped into 2020. Do you know what it means? Spring/summer holidays are getting nearer, and you should have a backup plan that won’t blow through your budget like the last year. Whether you are planning a short winter getaway with family or a solid, 10-day break from reality, spending abroad can hit you like a ton of bricks. If you don’t want poor exchange rates and mad card fees to leave a hole in your wallet, stick to our 9 tips on how...

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If you’re going abroad on a trip, making sure you’ve got some local currency in cash is an essential part of your trip preparation. Yes, credit and debit cards are accepted pretty much everywhere, but it’s always useful to have some cash wherever you’re going. Whatever you do, don’t leave your currency purchase until you get to the airport. There are several travel money exchange opportunities in every airport departure hall and although they’ll do in an e...

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It can be tricky when travelling to know how much cash to take with you. Take too little and you could be at the mercy of local and often unfavourable rates. Take too much and you could come home with a stack of foreign currency which you would much rather was...

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