XAPO Review – The Best Offshore Bank For Kiwis?

Xapo Bank REVIEWXapo is a registered bank based in Gibraltar which merges Bitcoin and USD banking facilities. Accounts are interest-earning and all deposits are government-insured up to EUR

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How I Fly For FREE – Travel Hacking For Kiwis

I recently returned from a week in Fiji. I booked my flights last minute (my return flight I literally booked at the airport two hours before I left),

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5% Term Deposits! Should I Invest?

Right now at most banks across New Zealand, you can lock in term deposits for 5 years at over 5% p.a. Are these a good investment? First of

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The Best Rewards Credit Card In NZ?

Why Use A Rewards Credit Card?A rewards credit card is a useful way to earn some money back on your spending.Here on this blog we are always looking

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Is POLI Safe? (And How To Protect Yourself If You Use It)

What Is POLi?POLi is a technology developed by Australia Post.It is an online payments option you can use for online shopping that allows you pay the merchant instantly

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Is Account2Account Safe? (And How To Use It Properly)

What Is POLi? POLi is a technology developed by Australia Post. It is an online payments option you can use for online shopping that allows you pay the

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What’s The Cheapest Way To Send Money Overseas?

Sending money overseas from NZ is more complicated than it should be. Bank to bank transfers are usually expensive, and most cash-pickup services are prohibitively expensive.This has been

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How To Create FREE MONEY Every Month With A Credit Card

Back when I first started working as an accountant, I played a lot of Playstation. It was the only thing that gave me peace at the end of

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How To Get Bank Fees Waived (Just Follow The Script!)

Ever been charged a bank fee you didn’t expect? I’m usually pretty good at managing my banking and finances, however, sometimes I do slip up (such as letting

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Bank Prefixes In New Zealand

In New Zealand, bank numbers follow a 16 digit format. This consists of: The prefix (two digits) The branch number (four digits) The account number (seven digits) The

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