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My fiancée intends on continuing her business, abroad, after she moves here to the States. I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction as far as a bank that would make it easier for her to handle the finances of her business here in the States? What kind of restrictions we should anticipate? Or if there are any alternatives?

Thanks for any help in advance.


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My fiancée intends on continuing her business, abroad, after she moves here to the States. I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction as far as a bank that would make it easier for her to handle the finances of her business here in the States? What kind of restrictions we should anticipate? Or if there are any alternatives?

Thanks for any help in advance.

I have traveled extensively in Central And South America. Citibank seems the be the most connected for international affairs. Best of Luck


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It just depends on the banks in Paraguay and the contacts she has, I would think. I am (from and) woking in Mexico and I my paychecks go straight to my account in 'N' bank. I also have a savings account in Wells Fargo. What I do is I save a good amount of money in my mexican bank account then I deposit/transfer my money to a brokerage (the one the company I work for uses so I know its trustworthy) and then they transfer my money to my WF account (in dollars of course) and they just have a 10 dlls fee for doing this, not bad! She should check if there is any brokerage or person that can do it and that she trusts of course!...Hope this helps!


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As one of the earlier poster pointed out Citibank is one of the best choice. At this time in US Citibank is the only bank which doesn't charge foreign transaction fee, so that's one of the plus things to look into.

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