Euro Sterling Exchange Rate History

In 1999 the Euro was made the official currency of Ireland – but it only existed as ‘book money‘ for 3 years. After a transition period, Euro banknotes and coins were introduced in Ireland on 1 January 2002. With Ireland’s closest trading neighbour being the UK , the exchange rate between the Euro and Sterling […]
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Monese Sterling Account for Irish Residents.

There are many thousands of people in Ireland who have regular financial transactions with UK banks or companies. Having a UK bank account when living in Ireland can make things easier – such as paying UK direct debits other UK bills or accepting a UK payment such as rental or pension payments etc. Monese is […]
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Deposit Accounts in Cyprus hit with €5.8 Billion Levy

If you think our Property Tax is bad – wait until you hear what European finance ministers have done to savings accounts in Cyprus. The EU ministers have agreed a  €10 billion  bailout for the banks in Cyprus  which includes all Cypriot bank customers handing over at least 6.75% of their savings. Accounts with savings […]
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