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5 Things to Know About Using Your Credit Cards Overseas

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You might figure you can just bring your credit cards along and use them as you would in the United States. You can do that -- and in fact, a credit card is a smart way to pay since you don't need to carry much cash. A foreign transaction fee is a fee for purchases made with international merchants.

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