Four Ways To Beat ATM Fees

Use these four strategies to avoid paying annoying ATM fees.

Person entering a PIN number at ATM.
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When you use an out-of-network ATM, you may be hit with a double whammy when it comes to fees, facing charges from both your bank and the ATM operator. In fact, a recent survey from Bankrate found that on average, you’ll pay a record-high $4.73 in total fees for an out-of-network transaction.

Want to hold on to that cash? Here are some tips for getting around those pesky fees.

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Ella Vincent
Staff Writer

Ella Vincent is a personal finance writer who has written about credit, retirement, and employment issues. She has previously written for Motley Fool and Yahoo Finance. She enjoys going to concerts in her native Chicago and watching basketball.