Exchanging foreign currency in India falls into two categories; Buying foreign currency – When you are going abroad for a trip, you’d need the currency of the country you are going to. Here you would be exchanging your Indian Rupee
In India, just like on other commodities and services, a tax is levied on foreign exchange transactions too. With the implementation of the Good and Service Tax (GST) on July 1, 2017, the tax structure for forex services has changed.
France is the most popular destination for international travellers. In 2017, around 90 million tourists visited France, the highest in the world! If you are a person who loves travelling, then France would be on your bucket list. If not,
Russia is a mind-bogglingly big country, equivalent in size to the surface area of Pluto! If you are looking forward to travel to Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, then make the best of your time there. We have
When travelling abroad, most people plan and budget keeping the big expenses in mind like airfare, accommodation and per day food expenses abroad. However, no matter how much you plan your travel, going abroad is taking a plunge into the
Image Source : westernunion.com Have you ever wondered why the value of the US Dollar keeps fluctuating against the Indian Rupee? If you have wanted to buy forex sometime or were simply curious then you would have searched in google
The Russian Ruble (RUB) is the official currency of Russia and is as such the accepted legal tender there. However, outside of Russia, it is very difficult to procure the Russian ruble as most banks don’t have stock of the
Malaysia is a land of diversity and a melting pot of different Asian cultures which make “Malaysia, truly Asia”. It’s famous for its diversity of food, culture and religion absorbing from many of the Asian countries surrounding it. This makes
Just became a Non-Resident Indian? Or planning to go abroad for work? Then this post is for you. When you become an NRI, one of the first and foremost issues that you face is regarding your bank account in India.
Studying abroad is a costly affair. Students who go abroad for studies face high expenses on many fronts. Unfavourable foreign exchange rates, high university fees, steep rent and the exorbitant cost of living are some of the few to name.