Whether it’s your first or fourth time sending money overseas, chances are you’ll want to do it quick and easy, which for a lot of people, could mean a trip to the bank.
Moving countries, whether to study or for new work opportunities, can be both an exciting and daunting experience – especially when you’ve got to juggle travel arrangements, move your belongings and find a better place to live.
If you’ve found yourself accidentally turning to the business section of the newspaper in the last few years, you may have noticed plenty of economists, market analysts, and other people who sound like they’d be no fun at a backyard barbecue talking about something called Quantitative Easing. That’s usually a good time to turn over
Given that it’s the New Year, the OrbitRemit blog is reflecting on the year just gone. More than any other year in the last decade, 2016 had huge ups and downs – including a number of seemingly game changing events. Join us as we reflect on the biggest stories of 2016 in chronological order, and
If you’ve ever transferred money to, from or within Europe, you’ve probably noticed that the money doesn’t go through right away. This is pretty normal and happens with almost every transaction (with the exception of internal bank transfers). We’re going to take you through our ultimate guide to help you minimize the length of this