The holiday season is finally here! Whether you’re looking forward to spending lavishly on your break or are about to go mad with your Christmas shopping, a budget is probably the last thing on your mind.
Online fraud and cybercrime are on the rise. But there’s no reason to be scared when staying safe online is as simple as reading this article. Follow our tips on using your tech to buy and send money online safely – especially at Christmas!
Much like your company, Remitbee Online Money Transfer has a ton of employees who have to carefully balance their work-life routine. **It’s not easy, but it is possible** – and we’ve worked out how. Follow our **3 best tips for a better work-life balance** when you’ve got a demanding job and an even more demanding kid!
When it comes to sorting your finances, family always comes first. But which family? Is it possible to honour your family in your home country with regular money transfers without wasting away the quality time you want to spend with your immediate family?
Whether you’ve been living and raising a family in Canada for years, or just moved here (welcome, by the way!) getting a house is something you’re probably thinking about. So, how do you get a mortgage in Canada for the first time? And is it even possible for new immigrants?
Starting a family is an exciting, and often startling, change to your life. But it’s not all baby smiles, unicorns and quality family time. Besides the endless diapers and midnight crying sessions, your new baby can put a huge strain on your wallet.
Sending money abroad is an ever-growing trend. It is popular among both entrepreneurs and immigrants. Many immigrants come to North America with the dreams of making new lives for themselves and giving back to their families overseas who have supported them in making this dream come true.
The Indian Stock Market has grown rapidly over the past few years, making it more appealing to people living in the country and those who are living elsewhere. Non-Resident Indians (NRI) are able to invest from foreign countries such as Canada as long as they follow specific rules set forth by the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
For an Indian living in Canada, this could be concerning, especially if your passport is nearing expiration. Today, we are going to cover the process of renewing your Indian passport from Canada so that you can avoid risking your immigration status or breaking any rules.
In the Remitbee Recipe Series, we’ve collected family recipes from people of different backgrounds. Maria, a Filipino living in Toronto, shares with us her favorite family recipe from the Philippines. A dish oozing with the smell of simmered soy sauce, vinegar, and garlic. A dish that every Filipino household will know by heart. It’s none other than Chicken Adobo.
In the Remitbee Recipe Series, we’ve collected family recipes from peoples from different cultures. Ihsrika, a Sri Lankan, living in Toronto, has shared her favorite family recipe. Sri Lankans looking for a different and delicious, this dish fits the bill perfectly! Crisp, golden brown, and soft and succulent inside, this wonderfully textured and flavored Sri Lankan Chicken Palandi recipe is going to be the favorite dish among any family!
Every culture has a unique tradition that is passed on through generations. In the Philippines, there is a high regard for social hierarchy based on age. One honoring gesture performed usually to elders two to three generations older is called “mano” or “pagmamano.”
Whether you are new to Canada or you’ve been here for a while, it’s important to have a Canadian bank account to easily manage your finances while you are living in the country. You can do this even if you don’t have a job, don’t have funds to deposit in the account yet, or have declared bankruptcy in the past.