i am bob Posted January 24, 2012 Posted January 24, 2012 Ok, guys! Here's one I haven't found the answer to and maybe, just maybe, somebody might have an answer for this... I pointed towards Canadians on this one because of our different banking laws but if anybody has a good answer, it would be greatly appreciated!I can have my pension direct deposit into my Canadian bank and then send a transfer to a bank account in the Philippines like most people... Or I can have my pension direct deposit into a Philippine bank and send any savings I want to back to my account in Canada. And, yes, the second way is what I think might be best. But I'm not sure of the best way to do it... I have a pretty good idea but I'm wondering what everybody else thinks... Any ideas?Just to add for a little clarification, this money will probably just be enough to build a small nest egg for visits and emergencies, christmas presents for my (adult) kids (ah, yes, the gift of cash), and to pay my monthly banking fees on the account which in turn will keep my line of credit open. In other words, only a small amount monthly or so and possibly not every month.And for those of you who were wondering, the bank will not pad my account by selling my "Bob in his Speedo" calendars any more now that I look like I'm 8 months pregnant. Oops! Did I say that out loud? Hey! It's a dry subject... gotta get some humour in here!!! :tiphat: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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