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By: Taido Chino Taido Chino Mon, 19 Aug 2013 12:48:38 +0000 This post is a life saver. In the process of moving my family to Scotland for a three year stint, and points 1 and 5 are must haves. We also have a credit card from British Airways that has no fees associated with it and gives the market exchange rate. Helpful. Anyone ever heard of or use It looks like they may best XE by a penny or so.

By: natasha natasha Mon, 01 Jul 2013 21:15:40 +0000 Great info. Have you found admin charges to be cheaper than western union?

By: xiaolinmama xiaolinmama Mon, 24 Jun 2013 15:16:00 +0000 We’re headed abroad for a year Gabby. And will be living in Europe for 6 mos. These tips are SUPER helpful. Also signed up my daughter for k-12 at your suggestion. We’re off next month…
Thank you.

By: derek derek Sun, 23 Jun 2013 01:40:08 +0000 Yes, you guys are crazy for not having a no international fee credit card. Not only are you sometimes paying the 3%(!) foreign transaction fee, you are throwing away the 1.5% rewards for using a credit card.

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By: hollee hollee Fri, 21 Jun 2013 10:13:38 +0000 Thought you guys might like to know- I don’t know if it’s a perfect solution for VPN- but it does the job for us and is FREE.
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By: hollee hollee Fri, 21 Jun 2013 10:07:19 +0000 We live in Switzerland and shop from I use our us account no problem- it was automatic! As an added note- you can open any of the foreign language sites in “Google chrome” browser and it can translate it automatically- so you wont have to follow along on a different site!

By: Willa Willa Fri, 21 Jun 2013 02:03:18 +0000 When moving abroad for two years I ended up switching from a big bank to a credit union for just this reason: they offered a no-fee-at-foreign-ATMs debit card. One more reason to look into the little guys; they often have unique, client-friendly perks like this.
(Also, you usually get reciprocity at other domestic credit unions if you’re traveling or moving within the states. There is a nationwide network of CUs and you can walk into any branch to do your banking if they’re a member of the network.)

By: Shannon A Shannon A Thu, 20 Jun 2013 18:25:01 +0000 We are Americans currently living in Germany. We use a VPN called MyExpatNetwork, which is about $7 per month…and like Gabby, we access Hulu and Netflix using it, as well as YouTube content that is not available in Germany (you’d be surprised how much is blocked here due to copyright issues).

A couple of things I wish I’d done before we left the States: 1) Gotten a credit card with no foreign transaction fees. We still managed to get one, but had to jump through hoops to get it once we *already* lived overseas and they knew we’d have lots of foreign transactions. 2) Checked our other credit cards to make sure they had European “chip” technology and PIN codes for usage — many points of sale systems won’t accept our cards because they don’t have this “smart” tech embedded, even though lots of times the US banks will tell us that they do…so we use a lot of cash! Agree that it’s best if you have a banker “back home” that knows you, who can help you out when you need it — we bank with a bigger bank, and on more than one occasion we’ve been really sorry that was the case.

Oh, and another thing — while I know from my best friend that checkbooks are still used all over France, Germans where we are wouldn’t know what to do with one. Everywhere you go, people just give you their bank account info (name, account number, bank code), and expect you to transfer the money into their account — this is true for private school tuition, preschool tuition, utilities, payments to other people, and…wait for it…when you get a parking ticket here, the ticket is a deposit slip you’ll use to deposit the amount directly into the bank of the Stadt Polizei! I think this is insanely convenient, actually. Not sure how these are handled in the USA now, but when we lived there before we always had to send a check via mail.

Gabby — have you said what’s next for you guys? Where to, after France?

By: Dariela Dariela Thu, 20 Jun 2013 05:38:09 +0000 These are such great tips!! I don’t need them myself but I can recommend them to friends and family that live out of the US! Thanks!

By: Mylien Mylien Wed, 19 Jun 2013 02:39:08 +0000 Love this post!
We had to switch Banks after 20 years with same banker due to a move (AZ) and have yet to have same banker every year! So (2) doesn’t work for me.
We use our iPhone to communicate with others via FaceTime And Line (Japan) and make calls to (Japan) for free!
Check other countries custom on excepting checks. Japan takes mostly cash and some places will not credit cards, only cash or debit card.
VPNs- if you travel frequent you’ll want to make sure that your VPN provider has servers in the country you travel to.
Also I notice some online sites will not ship clearance items internationally. :(

By: Alice Alice Sun, 16 Jun 2013 16:01:38 +0000 I wondered how you accessed Hulu, now I know!

By: Sarah K Sarah K Sat, 15 Jun 2013 06:44:09 +0000 Those are great tips! the VPN would have come in so handy when I lived in France–I didn’t know there was anything like that! Go technology. :)

By: Kelsey Kelsey Sat, 15 Jun 2013 03:34:58 +0000 This is one of those posts that has no real relevance to my life right _now_, but I’m sitting here reading it and nodding eagerly, like: ok good to know ALLOW ME TO MAKE NOTE. Definitely one of those nice little reads that you bookmark for later– because if and when it’s relevant, I’ll be sitting here rubbing my face against the screen and trying to will it forth from google, haha. :) Thanks!

By: Cathy Thelen Cathy Thelen Fri, 14 Jun 2013 15:31:54 +0000 Kris, where in Brazil? We have lived there for two and half years. Hope my post will help you. We also do US Netflix.

By: Cathy Thelen Cathy Thelen Fri, 14 Jun 2013 15:29:38 +0000 We use Charles Swab banking. You can use your debit card anywhere in the world no fees. You get the bank rate for currency. Other Atm’s charge you a fee but Charles Swab refunds it back to you. They are an online bank with very few actual bank building. Helps keep overhead low.
After you get your VPN there’s another service called that you can get for a reasonable price to watch TV. We use Roku to get TV service. The Roku gives you so many options. You pay for it once and that’s it.

By: Kris Kris Fri, 14 Jun 2013 13:51:34 +0000 This is such a great post. I am an American living in Brazil and found so many useful things I had to pass it on to my little expat group here! Thank you so much for sharing your great experience.

By: Bekah Bekah Fri, 14 Jun 2013 12:38:15 +0000 Through my father in law, we have USAA, which is the armed services bank. When we were in grad school and country hopping, they took great care of us. They are great for ex-pats because they are used to working with deployments. Now anyone who has ever been in the military is eligible for their benefits. We got our children accounts through them so that they will be eligible when they are older.