Archive for September, 2010

Posted: 28th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

How to send money to relatives or friends outside of the UK Imagine, for example, you are working in the UK, and want to start sending money to Pakistan or Poland where your family live. Sending money to the people back home can be costly. You could use a service specialising in money transfers to […]

Posted: 24th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

Money transfers, which allow people working outside of their country of origin to send money back home are an important source of finance for developing countries. The practice is important also for the fact that remittances usually go straight into the pockets of consumers, increasing their disposable income. So the cost of money transfers is […]

Posted: 22nd September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

Money transfers, which allow people working outside of their country of origin to send money back home are an important source of finance for developing countries. The practice is important also for the fact that remittances usually go straight into the pockets of consumers, increasing their disposable income. So the cost of money transfers is likewise important. […]

Limits on and requirements for money transfers

Posted: 20th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

regulation regarding limits on and requirements for the amount of money transferred are important in protecting against fruad and capital flight.States may choose to limit the amount of money a person  can bring into or take out of  a country.These regulations can however hinder migrants from investing in their home countries if they are overly […]

various options to ricieve money in zimbabwe

Posted: 17th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

If someone you know is in Zimbabwe or if you would like to make a charitable contribution to someone in Zimbabwe to help the people of the country, you can use a money transfer service to send Zimbabwe dollars to the person. Using a money transfer service takes the guesswork out of exchanging currency and […]

How to Shop Using a Debit Card

Posted: 15th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

Debit cards are a practical way to budget and track money because you can only spend what is available on the card, and you can use your receipts to balance the two. Many people use a card to access their checking accounts rather that filling out paper checks. If you don’t have a checking account […]

Three Easy Rules to Save Money

Posted: 14th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

Establish a budget One of the most important ways to begin to save is to establish a budget and most financial institutions have free budget books to keep track of all your expenses. Many of us couldn’t be bothered to start a budget, but if you don’t know how much money is available then it’s […]

Transfer Money to Zimbabwe

Posted: 13th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

When the need arises for an international money transfer to Zimbabwe, then you should seek out the expert assistance from a foreign exchange broker. Whether you’re looking to send money abroad to Zimbabwe in the form of regular payments, buy a high value asset in , or purchase a property in Zimbabwe, a reputable foreign […]

Prepaid Money Transfers

Posted: 10th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

Prepaid credit cards – The new way to do international money transfers. Send   money overseas quickly and economically! Prepaid cards can be a great cost effective way of transferring money overseas. It’s simple to add an additional card to your selected prepaid account, which may be sent to a relative or friend outside of the […]

Workers’ remittances: a boon to development

Posted: 9th September 2010 by admin in Remittance methods

Growing source of funds Remittances are defined as the portions of cross-border earnings that migrants send home. There are two types, official and unofficial. Official transfers use banks, money-transfer organizations and sometimes the Internet. Unofficial remittances are sent through friends or migrants themselves or through traditional networks, known in some countries as hawala or chiti, […]