Author Archives: Sruli Benporath

About Sruli Benporath

Sruli manages Montrose’s Foreign exchange business, arranging personalized currency exchange, transfer services and payment solutions for corporate and individual clients. The company regularly does business in Australia, the U.S., the UK and Israel and can assist international businesses with operations in multiple countries, expatriates, people who are planning to relocate overseas and families supporting children overseas. Montrose Change is based in Ramat Beit Shemesh and also services clients in Jerusalem and the surrounding areas.

Where Can I Cash My Dollar Check in Israel?

With monthly U.S. Social Security Checks about to arrive, many Americans in Israel are wondering how to cash their dollar checks in Israel. Since the beginning of October 2013, a regulatory clampdown in the United States has closed off many … Continue reading

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Cashing an Israel Bond Check in Israel

A friend of mine showed me a check that her son had received from Israel Bonds. The letter came from London, where the original bond was purchased five years ago, but the maturity  check for $230 U.S. dollars was drawn … Continue reading

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Sending Money to Your Kids in Israel

If your children are learning in Yeshiva or Seminary or living in Israel, what arrangements have you made to send them money when they (inevitably) need it? Outside Israel one instinctively relies on banks and ATMs, but in Israel this … Continue reading

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Moving Stories about Moving Money

Businesses and individuals in Israel, including olim and commuters who earn money outside of Israel, often need to transfer money overseas quickly and cost effectively. We look for optimal solutions to assist individuals and businesses with their overseas transactions and … Continue reading

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