Open a bank account in Germany
A bank account abroad is one of the most attractive and thoughtful products for diversifying currency risks and protecting its assets. In fact, to ensure that your money does not…

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7 countries for offshore banking, which should avoid Russian-speaking immigrants from the United States
There may be a false opinion that once you are Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, or a representative of any other Russian-speaking country, by becoming an American you can still enjoy the…

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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…

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Modern loyalty programs of commercial banks
In the modern world, it is difficult to imagine a person who would not use bank cards. Due to its advantages and wide possibilities, this means of cashless payment has…

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Good reason to open a foreign bank account

The litigation that is currently unfolding between the Federal Tax Service and Sberbank may be a significant precedent that will affect the entire banking sector in Russia. The FTS accuses Sberbank of dishonest behavior, which is expressed in the fact that the bank refused to perform the functions of the tax authorities and write off funds in paying taxes from the client’s account.
The decision of the court is now closely watched by many account holders in Russian banks. If the court takes the side of the FTS, it may mean that in the near future the requirement to write off taxes from the accounts will be mandatory for all banks. This means that accounts in Russian banks will become an even less secure and confidential way of storing funds. Continue reading

How can a non-resident open an account in Europe without visiting a bank?
Today, a foreign bank account in a country with a reliable and well-organized banking system is an indispensable tool for both private and corporate individuals. Problems in the banking sector…

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