If you are looking at stashing away some cash in, say, Australian dollars for whatever reason - travel, university or higher interest rates - then a fuss-free instrument known as a foreign currency fixed deposit should do the job.
These deposits have become hugely popular here, especially in light of the low returns on offer locally and the growing need to have funds other than in Singdollars.
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