Financial Tips for Travelers
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When it comes to weather, March is the meanest month of the year. It’s a tease.
As an accessory we touch many times a day, our wallets often suffer from neglect, prone to become a dumping ground for crumpled receipts, expired coupons and worn business cards for people we no longer remember. It’s time to do a cleanup. We’ll help you get your wallet in order with a list of what to keep in it – and a few things to make sure you leave at home.
Although they pretty much feel the same, some cards carry significantly more weight than others. Prestigious credit cards show the true power of plastic through benefits like travel perks, VIP access, and generous reward programs.
When you travel, your luggage should act as a steady companion. The relationship is simple: the luggage carries your stuff and you carry the luggage. Assuming you both arrive at the same place and at the same time, the relationship is a success.
As Thanksgiving approaches and thoughts of pie, family and shopping put you in the holiday spirit, one negative aspect of the holiday – traveling to your destination – can quickly put a damper on the mood.
Summer is over and school is back in session, but bargains are just heating up for certain items. In the market for a new car or considering an early fall vacation? Now is definitely the time to buy. Thinking of purchasing a new TV to celebrate the return of football? You may want to wait.
Looking to make a last-minute trip before the end of summer? There are many cities where August is the best time of year to visit. We've compiled the best major cities in the United States to travel to based on several factors, including:
Thinking of taking a trip around the world? It’s not cheap to travel anywhere these days. The cost of airfare alone can be enough to make you think twice about traveling internationally to one location, let alone take a multi-country journey. Fortunately, it is possible to travel the world without depleting your savings.
Where you live and the air you breathe can have a huge impact on your health – and your wallet. Research shows that the poorer a city's air quality, the more likely residents will have to spend money on medical bills for related sicknesses or suffer from wage losses because such an illness puts them out of work.
Love spending time in nature but don’t want to break the bank paying for outdoor activities? We looked at 50 cities across the nation to determine which ones offer the best environment for financially savvy outdoor types. Read on to see if your city made the list.
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