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29 June, 2015

by Peter Rudin-Burgess

Quick Greek Update

I have purposely avoided talking about Greece for over a week now. Last Tuesday was meant to be the final deadline for the crisis talks, that became Wednesday and then Thursday and so on. As of today we have concrete…

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24 June, 2015

by Peter Rudin-Burgess

Radio 4 Moneybox Pre-paid Currency Cards

Today’s Moneybox on Radio 4 carried a feature on Prepaid Currency Cards that I thought was very good. I have included it below. The entire thing is 7 minutes with the best advice coming in the second half and covers…

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What currency is used in Australia

22 June, 2015

by AdamSilveston

What currency is used in Australia

Question: What currency is used in Australia Answer: The currency used in Australia is the Australian Dollar Since 2011 the Australian Dollar has been one of the most traded currencies behind the US Dollar, Euro, Japanese Yen and the British…

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18 June, 2015

by Peter Rudin-Burgess

The Cashless Holiday

This year we didn’t go abroad for our holiday. We have had a week in London at the begining of June and we are going on a horse riding holiday later in the summer. In London I booked the hotel…

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11 June, 2015

by Peter Rudin-Burgess

The Best Currency Exchange Rates

You only really notice if ou are getting a good deal on your currency when you deal in cash. It is a bit like not realising how much you are spending when you pay be contactless or chip and pin,…

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Greek national flags fly alongside a European Union (EU) flag, center, outside a store in Athens, Greece, on Monday, May 11, 2015. Finance chiefs meeting in Brussels on Monday will issue a statement to endorse Greece's work on a plan to fix up its economy, the officials said, asking not to be named because the talks were private. Photographer: Kostas Tsironis/Bloomberg

04 June, 2015

by Peter Rudin-Burgess

Greece is the biggest infulencer

Last week we saw the best Euro exchage rate top the €1.39 to the Pound mark. It has since fallen back a little but still represents good value. The reason for the spike is was the last round of the…

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02 June, 2015

by Peter Rudin-Burgess

Is self catering worth the cost?

On the surface self catering is the cheapest option both at home and abroad as a holiday. Now I suspect that there may be a male/female divide here but how much of a holiday is it if you are having…

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