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10.30.15: Fried Brains

El Nacional published an article today in which it claims that the national government has handed out 60% less foreign currency this year than it did in 2014. 709 more words

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Pizza? No, that's cash delivered to your door

TORONTO — Home delivered pizza? Check. Groceries or medications? Check. Beer? Check. Foreign cash? Check.

CIBC has become the first Canadian chartered bank to allow consumers to order foreign currency online. 486 more words


Expats Move Home: Blazing the Paper Trail out of Germany

I’m spilling the beans on all the nitty gritty details of how we ended our expat adventure. To catch up on previous posts, click here… 850 more words


Indian Bank Revises Rates for Foreign Currency Non-Resident Deposits

Chennai: State-owned Indian Bank has decided to cut its foreign currency non-resident (banking) deposit rates from Monday.

In case of FCNR (B) deposits in US dollars for three years and above but less than four years, the rates have been revised to 2.51 per cent from existing 2.76 per cent, the Chennai-based bank said in a statement. 90 more words


Features of various Deposit Schemes available for Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)

Particulars Foreign Currency (Non-Resident) Account (Banks) Scheme Non-Resident (External) Rupee Account Scheme
Non-Resident Ordinary Rupee Account Scheme (1) (2) (3) (4) Who can open an account… 1,027 more words

Reporting your Canadian Tax Results in Another Currency: The Functional Currency Election

General summary of the functional currency election

The functional currency election is a relatively new addition to Canada’s cross-border tax regime. It allows corporations resident in Canada to prepare and file their tax returns using one of (as of the time of writing) four foreign currencies: 744 more words