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Max Bessesen
Asked by: Max Bessesen

I am going to be studying in Chennai, India next year. What is the best bank for me to use to withdraw money while I am there? I was going to use Ally but Ally charges up to 1% of the transaction and doesn't reimburse ATM fees overseas. Any other advice about banking while I'm in India? Thanks!

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2 years ago
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Max Bessesen
Asked by: Natalie Hawthorne

When I spend time abroad is it smarter to use a credit card, debit card, or use traveller's checks to avoid extra charges and keep my money safe while traveling?

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2 years ago
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Max Bessesen
Asked by: Jenny Pham

I plan on studying abroad next year and I was wondering how much should I start saving to be able to afford a trip like that?

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2 years ago
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Asked by: Ahmed El Meleegy

I will be living abroad for the foreseeable future. Is it better to have a bank account in the US to pay for things like Netflix and other USD denominated payments? Or should I use an abroad bank? I am worried about currency fluctuations.

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2 years ago
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Max Bessesen
Asked by: Siena Miller

I travel internationally quite a bit and fear that I'm losing a lot of money in the exchanging process. Are there a few key steps in the exchange process that I should be aware of the next time I leave the country that could save me money?

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2 years ago
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Max Bessesen
Asked by: Olivia Boen

What's the safest/cheapest way to spend outside of the country?

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3 years ago
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Max Bessesen
Asked by: Carley Stein

Should I manage my study abroad budget in U.S. or foreign currency? Should I assume stable exchange rates?

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3 years ago
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Asked by: Jordon Cox

I'm really interested in Travel Hacking! Does anyone know the best way to get free flights?

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