Types of money
Money currently exists in the form of cash and non-cash money. Cash exists in the form of coins, banknotes (credit money, bank notes) and treasury notes. Sometimes cash also includes…

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The reaction of the German banks mentioned in the “Panama scandal”
The day after the announcement of the "secret" documents of the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca in the German newspaper "Munich" a statement by the German government appeared. This statement…

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How to open a foreign bank account that will not be closed due to the lack of confirmation of registration of this account in the tax

Many foreign banks, which still open accounts for non-residents, are beginning to demand documents that taxes on amounts in the account as personal income have been paid. Some foreign banks are even starting to demand a certificate from the clients from the Russian Federation on the fact of informing the tax authorities of the Russian Federation about the existence of an account abroad. Naturally if
A foreign bank account for the FTS lately is something like a red rag for a bull. Continue reading

PASSIVE OPERATIONS OF THE BANK

Passive operations are operations for the accumulation of funds. As a result of these operations, funds from businesses and individuals, government funds, and shareholders’ funds, which are used to conduct active operations, are attracted to the bank.
As a result of passive operations, banking resources are formed, which are reflected in the bank’s liabilities side. Sources of formation of banking resources are own, borrowed and borrowed funds. Continue reading

Types of money

Money currently exists in the form of cash and non-cash money.
Cash exists in the form of coins, banknotes (credit money, bank notes) and treasury notes.
Sometimes cash also includes checks and plastic cards. However, checks and plastic cards only represent non-cash money in bank accounts. By themselves, they cannot perform all the functions of money and therefore are not cash. Continue reading

World banking systems
In world practice there are the following banking systems: 1) two-level: 1st level - Central Bank, 2nd level - commercial banks; 2) a decentralized banking system of the United States…

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