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Shirley Liu

Shirley Liu is a program manager at finder, formerly the publisher for Banking and Investments. She is passionate about helping people make an informed decision, save money and find the best deal for their needs.

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Hi Thanawan, Thanks for your question. I've emailed you a private response.

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Hi Wayne, Thanks for your question. You can speak to your current bank about increasing your transfer limit, so then you can do it in one transaction rather than multiple transactions. To deposit at a bank with no branches, you can utilise their Bank@Post service which means you deposit the funds at a local Post Office. Hope this helps, Shirley

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Hi Launicaprincesa, Thanks for your question. You can utilise cash pick up services such as Western Union, Moneygram and Worldremit. All you need is a government ID to pick up the funds from a specified location. Hope this helps, Shirley

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Hi Mark, Thanks for your question. You can simply transfer $1,000 from any bank account that is not an ING account. Hope this helps, Shirley

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Hi Debs, Thanks for your question. Usually the exchange rate is determined by the bank that sends the money, so in this case it's your UK bank. You may want to get in touch with them directly to discuss the exchange rate they're providing for you. If you're referring to HSBC GetRate, Get Rate is only applicable for eligible transactions, of amounts from $1 to $500,000 for Internet Banking. There may be fees charged for sending / receiving international money transfers too. Please let me know if I can help further, Shirley

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Hi Coral, Thanks for posting your question on finder.com.au. When you open your second CUA Everyday 55+ account, you will receive a BSB and account number when the account is active. You can then use these details to be your recipient details and process the transfer via online banking. Hope this helps, Shirley

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Hi Gary, Thanks for your question. Unfortunately to our knowledge, you can only claim deductions or losses made from investments. We highly recommend that you speak to a tax accountant about your enquiry. Sorry that we couldn't assist further, Shirley

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Hi Christina, Thanks for your question. Unfortunately we're unable to comment on the cost of the exchange rate, but for transfers under AUD $10,000 there is a $15 transaction fee. I hope this helps, Shirley

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Hi Greg, Thanks for your question. Yes you can utilise a forward contract for your money transfer. You can fix it up 2 years in advance. Cheers, Shirley

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Hi Pam, Thanks for your question You can invest from $1,000 up to $5 million to get this rate. Hope this helps, Shirley

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Hi D, Thanks for your question. From a savings point of view, if the credit union is an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) it is typically covered under the Government Guarantee. This insures your deposits of up to $250,000 per person, per institution. Credit unions are regulated in the same way as the banks. Cheers, Shirley

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Hi Colin, Thanks for your question. Savings accounts interest rates generally move in line with the RBA cash rate. If you see the RBA cash rate decrease, savings accounts rates generally go down as well. Cheers, Shirley

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Hi Jo Thanks for your question. You can compare electricity deals on the table provided on this page. If you prefer to speak to someone, you can request a call back from an energy consultant using the form above. Cheers, Shirley

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Hi George, Thanks for your question. Unfortunately we're not the right people to speak to. We recommend that you get in touch an Solar installer (such as the service you used to install the solar panels) to discuss your options. Sorry that we couldn't assist further. Cheers, Shirley

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Hi Fresh Mullet, Thanks for your question. Unfortunately the government has not announced any further rebates. finder.com.au is always working hard to get exclusive deals for our users. If you would like to discuss your options, you may want to speak to an energy consultant. Cheers, Shirley

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