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Five More Transfers that Kentucky Should Consider Pursuing

(Michael Shroyer-USA TODAY Sports)

Each year more and more British are moving abroad. Currently, there are approximately 5.5 million people living abroad consistent with a 2006 survey. Besides this, there are many more Brits getting to make the move permanently. the foremost common destinations being: Spain, Australia, Canada, the USA, Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand, France, Cyprus, and Germany.

Of course, everyone has their own reasons for moving abroad amongst the foremost common are:

Rising costs – With London now being the second costliest city within the world to measure in, not too far behind Tokyo, many of us yearn to ascertain their money provide them with a far better standard of living elsewhere. Out of this group are in fact retirees who wish to form their pension stretch that bit further. However, one further growing group of individuals are within the 18-25 year adulthood group. This group has been forced to suffer silently with little help from the govt who seem satisfied to ascertain them struggle in their own country. High tax levels on student loans all contribute to pushing them away. This combined with the very fact that the new generation is far better traveled and understands the potential for living abroad better than previous generations means the group is probably going to still grow.

Increasing rate – this is often probably the foremost worrying of things. People are getting scared of living in their own country. Walking around alone in the dark with groups of drunken youths about is not any the foremost enjoyable experience (27% of British youths are regularly drunk), unrelenting drug issues and binge drinking all impact on what proportion people are enjoying their lives.

Further common reasons are better weather, excitement, adventure, disapproval of state policies (taxation, Immigration etcetera…).

So with people looking to maneuver abroad one of the foremost important things to believe is the way to manage your finances or maybe transfer money overseas. Here are a couple of guidelines to think about regarding this situation:

There are three main options to consider:

1) Keep your UK checking account. If you select to stay your account search for a bank that doesn’t charge a commission on ATM transactions overseas also confirm they’re quite clear as regards to what commission they’re taking from you and most significantly confirm you’re getting a good exchange rate! Check it against the daily papers.

2) Try working through the host country’s administrative process and open an account with them. this might or might not be possible counting on their requirements of your new country. Some countries require work permits then on and therefore the process is often made doubly difficult if you’re having difficulty with the local language. in fact, if you propose working abroad then the probabilities are your employer is going to be ready to have one opened for you to permit payments. If you’re doing gain an area checking account you are then faced with having to transfer money from the united kingdom to the present checking account. counting on what bank it’s you’ll be ready to arrange a wire transfer from your UK account. Another simple way would be to use a web transfer service if you have pension account. These transfer UK pension to USA can transfer money directly from your UK account to your USA account not only in USA, wherever you’re within the world.

3) Switch your checking account to at least one that’s specifically geared towards ex-pats. These sorts of bank accounts are offered by the main street banks and are often based in locations like Jersey that enjoy different taxation laws. they typically provide multiple currency services whereby they will provide both euros and sterling for you to use. this is able to easily allow you to measure in the USA and have a Dollar checkbook and cash but still pay bills reception in sterling. As ever though there are certain terms and conditions for taking advantage of one among these sorts of accounts like minimum balances and annual fees.

The best advice would be to require a step back and appearance at your overall situation. Consider what’s getting to be the most cost-effective and most sustainable way for you to manage your finances abroad. Remember the tenth saving on several thousand pounds saves you a substantial amount of cash. With the above tips in mind take some time, go searching and you’ll soon be ready to start living in your new country worry-free.

Article written by Aaron Torres

Aaron Torres is covering football and basketball for KSR this season after four years at Fox Sports. Follow him on Twitter @Aaron_Torres, Facebook or e-mail at [email protected] He is also the author of the only book written on the Calipari era, “One and Fun: A Behind the Scenes Look at John Calipari and the 2010 Kentucky Wildcats.”

27 Comments for Five More Transfers that Kentucky Should Consider Pursuing



  1. Catcasey1
    7:13 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    Blackshear would be nice fit love his energy



    • Bruce Dickinson
      7:15 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      Seems like a good option if nothing else works out. May even be better than an 18 year old.



    • nocode96
      8:11 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      Black shear is really, really good. I watched several Tech games this year and was very impressed with him. I’d love to have him here, exceedingly more than Hurt, or any other possible freshman. Aaron calling him this year’s Travis is unfair to both of them. Blackshear has far more talent than RT, but I don’t think any possible transfer could even come close to the leadership RT showed. RT, rightfully, is forever a beloved Wildcat now, and that has very little to do with his basketball talent.



  2. Ridge Runner
    7:13 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    I would welcome any of them for sure. Not to be simplistic here, but I would love a SG or SF that can consistently shoot outside jumpers.



    • DelrayCat
      11:08 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      Cameron Justice.
      Former Mr. Basketball from Knott County at IUPUI.
      Cal should give him a call…I bet he’d walk-on if asked.



  3. oruacat2
    7:14 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    I like it, within reason, especially as a means to counteract the other new trend – kids reclassifying and coming into D1 basketball even younger than they are already.



    • Ridge Runner
      7:22 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      Good point about the high school reclassifications.



    • FlatTopsAndBlockedShots
      7:24 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      To be fair, most of the players that reclassify are actually reclassifying to their natural class so they aren’t “young” for their class. Karl Towns reclassified to his natural class, Andrew Wiggins did too, so Marvin Bagley, RJ Barrett, and Nerlens Noel



    • Soylentbeans
      8:26 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      I bvb think hagans did as well.



    • makeitstop
      8:46 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      That is correct – Hagans will be 20 this summer.



  4. Cokely53
    7:19 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    Blackshear would elevate next years team to possibly something special.



    • mashman 93
      7:51 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      You got that right.



    • Irish son
      7:55 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      I’d say he’s following his coach Buzz to A&M



    • Han
      8:24 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      He may follow Buzz if they’re really close, but if he wants a chance at a title, and wants more NBA scouts watching him, he’ll look somewhere like Kentucky, Duke, Virginia, etc.



    • makeitstop
      8:47 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      My first thought was Buzz is taking him w him, but he would be a good fit and it wouldn’t hurt any big man to work w KP for a year.



  5. ScottGreene22
    7:20 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    Let’s get them!!!



  6. addyjaxlarkin
    7:27 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    Brett’s excited for Panda Express on Thursday…..



  7. VirginiaCat
    7:35 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    Sounds like good opportunities for us. Like our chances unless Duke gets involved.



    • henderblue
      7:51 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      Hey VirginiaDookie…my guess is he wouldn’t be able to transfer to a school in the conference…sorry..



    • runningunnin.454
      8:06 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      I think Cam Johnson was able to transfer from Pitt to UNCheat after much ado, and initial refusal by Pitt.



  8. Cincy Cayt
    8:15 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    I’ll take them all on next years team please



  9. A_Blue_Wildcat
    8:46 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    Add blackshear to our team next year and we’re the number 1 ranked team no doubt. He’s a potential preseason first or second team all-american, and our only major concern next year is with our center position.



    • makeitstop
      9:21 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

      He’s a big strong forward… it would be 3G, 2F a lot and that’s a good way to attack. Hope we are in the equation.



  10. jakew60
    9:40 pm April 16, 2019 Permalink

    I honestly hope we can get Jordan brown along with maybe one other because brown would be a great add to the 21’ team and could definitely see him maybe staying



    • TonyMontana
      4:54 am April 17, 2019 Permalink

      I already can see us getting criticized for landing grad transfers… and then 5 years from now, Coach K will start doing the same thing! Sure, he’ll be 112 by then, but he’ll still have black hair somehow.



    • jakew60
      6:24 am April 18, 2019 Permalink

      I agree lol that was gold