Wells Fargo Competitors

Wells Fargo Competitors

Wells Fargo competitors are Citigroup, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs etc. Wells Fargo is financial services with headquarters in San Francisco, California. It is only based in America and has no offices outside of the US but then Wells Fargo runs subsidiary companies and affiliates in places such as Canada and 3p … Read more

The 200 Dollar Bill: A Comprehensive Review

200 Dollar Bills

  In the late 1800s, the United States did once have a 200 Dollar bill. The $200 bill that was introduced in the late 1800s was known as the “Grand Watermelon”. On the $200 bill was the portrait of President Andrew Jackson on the front which was the largest of all of the US paper … Read more

Form 8689

From 8689 is form for tax that is distributed to US citizens and resident aliens who earn income from sources in the US Virgin Islands (USVI) but not bonafide residents. This form is distributed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The US Virgin Islands are considered an unincorporated territory of the United States. In general, … Read more

How Healthcare Works in the UK

What HMO Insurance Means: Understanding the Basics of Health Maintenance Organization Coverage

It will be incomplete to explain the UK healthcare system without talking about the history of the National Health Scheme. The NHS was launched in July 1948, it the first health care funded by general taxation, which provides free care at the point of use. Health care as a right is fully recognized meaning that … Read more

How Does UK Health Insurance Work?

People staying in the UK find themselves lucky to have a National Health Service which is free (at the point of service) if you need medical service. One of the most celebrated institutions is the NHS and in the last year it has repeatedly shown how much it does, and also how useful it is … Read more

Does My UK Car Insurance Cover Me in the USA?

Car Insurance in the UK vs. the US

If you don’t plan to use public transportation and you’re traveling around the USA, you’re likely going to need a car. To drive legally in most states in the USA, you will need a minimum amount of car insurance. And depending on whether you will be driving a rental car, buying one or borrowing one, … Read more

Can I Insure A Car in the UK if I live Abroad?

Car Insurance in the UK vs. the US

By law you must have at least a third-party car insurance to drive on the UK roads, even if you’re visiting for a short time. What insurance can I get to drive in the UK? If you plan to borrow a car from families or friends while you’re here, you could get car insurance that … Read more