Coutts.com: Wouldn’t you trust the Queen’s bankers?

By | October 15, 2007

Is travel your dream? Do you fall asleep thinking of distant lands, and faraway places? Do you wish that you could close your business for a few extra weeks or months a year?

I know I do. Last night, my wife and I were enjoying a progam on Discovery that introduced the wines of Southern France. Every time we see that kind of program we feel very wistful and we wonder how we could take a little time out to enjoy the finer things in life; to reflect on where we’re going; and be thankful for all the good things we have.

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Have money, but no time?

Of course, one of the biggest problems when you are an entrepreneur, whether or not you made it into the millionaire or billionaire categories, is that you rarely have the time to travel. You just have to be running your business. It’s an obsession for many entrepreneurs, indeed. When you’re at work, you’re busy; and when you’re away, your brain’s still busy.

So, if you find a quality bank that understands the pressures you face in your business, your career, or your wealth building activities, perhaps you’ll find it easier to explain to yourself in the mirror that taking that vacation trip might be just the thing. And you might find yourself successfully persuading yourself, too, knowing that your bank will take care of the finances while you are away. Wouldn’t that be good?

couttsAs if to encourage you, one of the perks of being a client of Coutts bank credit card services through Courtesy of Coutts is that you’ll find that you can earn extra reward points on your credit cards for bookings for hotels, car hire, flights, etc., and on easyJet tickets to 74 European destinations.

Additional services may also appeal, too, when you travel: including Insurance, European car breakdown cover, Sentinel Card Protection, Priority Pass cards for executive lounges, Concierge and Assistance Service, Purchase Protection, and Currency Delivery Services. As if that’s not enough, you can always travel to distant places that also have branches of Coutts.

Post reviewed by Courtesy of Coutts.

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