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Friday, 17 March 2017

Travel checklist for a worry free vacation by Nitin Khanna

Nitin Khanna

Vacations should be a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. But surprises those attached to your accounts/expenses can wreck the fun. A vacation checklist can help you prepare the plan and can reduce the stress. Here are few tips for a worry free vacation.


  • Mobile or online banking
Many travelers do some of their banking through internet in the mode of online banking or through mobile applications. However, for the regular travelers, online and mobile banking are invaluable ways to monitor and manage your accounts from almost anywhere, including the beach. Simply recall, it's essential for you recall the answer to your online banking security question —you'll require it in the event that you sign in from a new PC.

  • Pay your bills before going
At the point when your toes are in the sand, the exact opposite thing you need to stress over is whether you paid the electric bill. Rather than pondering, pay those bills ahead of time. If you’ve set up online banking, you can also arrange for recurring payments to be sent while you’re away. 

  • Make your credit cards travel ready
Bring at least two valid permanent cards with you on your trip, in case one gets lost or stolen. Remember that temporary cards don't generally work, and replacement of these cards can take a few days to arrive. Double-check the cards' termination dates, and record the numbers for customer service; keep them in a separate, safe place in case you need to call them for any reason. 

  • Make copies of your important documents 
Think about this one as a security blanket. In case of emergencies, make two copies of your credit cards, passport, and other travel documents. Some travel experts even suggest taking photographs of these records and putting away them on the driver, so you can get to them if those are lost. Additionally, it's a smart thought to tell somebody about your exact travel schedule.





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