How Much Money Can I Take Abroad?


You can take as much money as you can when coming out of the UK but there’s a limit as to how much you can carry without notifying the authorities –HM Revenue and Customs. Any amount above 10,000 Euros must be declared at your point of exit from the UK.
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When entering and leaving the EU there is a restriction of 7,500 pounds. This follows the entry into force of a new European Regulation aimed at fighting money laundering, and the financing of terrorism. Customs authorities are empowered under the Regulation to take on controls on individuals, their bags and their means of transport and detain cash that has not been declared. Be aware that the USA will need to know if you are taking in any cash or other exchangeable bond, note etc. exceeding to 7,500 pounds.
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