Our 5 most-read blog posts in 2018
News | 01.28.2019 | MoraBanc editorial staff
Now that we’ve kicked off 2019, it’s time to take advantage of the new year and take a look back at the most-read posts on the MoraBanc blog in 2018.
We know that you like rankings so we’re giving you the Top 5 most popular posts from last year. Now’s your chance to read them again!
5. Our objective: simplify your online banking processes
We gave you some good news in this post: we said goodbye to the transactions password for quicker and easier online banking.
4. What is the Euribor and how is it calculated?
The concept of the Euribor has become part of our daily vocabulary, so Àgueda Canet wrote this informative post to give readers a better understand of what it is and how’s its calculated.
3. What is required to open an account in Andorra?
We get asked this question a lot, so we developed a small basic guide on the requirements and procedures involved.
2. 10 keys to preparing your personal income tax return in Andorra
It was tax time and, since we know you’d have questions, we asked our tax and advisory experts to answer the 10 key questions about preparing your tax return.
1. Questions and answers on the CIP code
If you shop online on a regular basis, you’ve probably already been asked to enter your CIP code to confirm the purchase on check out. In this post we explained the details about this online security system, which improves the protection measures for users who make purchases with credit and debit cards.
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