The cost of airline tickets is continuing to soar while the threat of a recession looms, and industry analysts say the planned merger of Jet Blue and Spirit Airlines could upend the travel market, leading to even higher prices. FOX 5 NY speaks with Clint Henderson from The Points Guy about whether there's an end in sight to higher prices, cancellations and staffing shortages, and more.
I spent 22 hours on planes with a carry-on bag and a backpack. Here are 5 items I regret not packing and 7 items I'm glad I brought.
An Insider reporter shared her biggest packing tips and regrets from shoewear to melatonin, after traveling from Los Angeles to Paris by plane.
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I sailed on the Celebrity Millennium to Alaskan ports like Juneau and Skagway and didn't expect the lack of sea-day activities or amount of sunlight.
This Ecuadorean city in the Andes has perfect weather — and you can retire there for as little as $1,500 a month
“If the place you live in doesn’t delight and amaze you every day, you’re doing it wrong. And that’s how I feel about Cuenca,” says Saralee Squires.
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Dave Ramsey Says Taking on This Type of Debt Is ‘Like Trying to Bail Yourself Out of a Sinking Boat With a Bucket Full of Holes.’ Is He Right?
If you're familiar with finance expert Dave Ramsey, you probably already know he is not a fan of borrowing. On his blog, Ramsey explained the common reasons why people get personal loans: consolidating debt at a lower interest rate; building credit; and buying things you cannot afford to pay for outright. Ramsey warned it can be a "lot of work" to take out a personal loan, only to "get absolutely nowhere."
I moved to Brooklyn after living in Orlando for most of my life. Here are 5 things that surprised me since relocating.
Insider's reporter lived in Florida for over two decades, so she experienced a culture shock when she moved to Brooklyn, New York.
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CORRECTION: Seven Democrats voted for the GOP amendment that would extend a cap on the SALT tax deduction. A previous version of this story included incorrect information. Maverick Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) on Sunday backed a Republican amendment to shield businesses that rely on capital investment from private equity groups from the 15 percent corporate minimum…
A former airplane crew member advises fliers against walking barefoot on dirty floors, drinking too much alcohol, and sitting in bulkhead seats.
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As peak shipping season kicks off, America’s busiest ports are once again experiencing congestion and container vessels waiting off U.S. coastlines.
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Plus-size travelers have an extra list of things to consider, including seat width or lavatory sizes, before even stepping foot on the plane.
When you inherit property, the IRS applies what is known as a stepped-up basis to that asset. Here's how capital gains are taxed on inherited property.
Despite the vast depth of information and education available today, financial literacy isn't improving among adults in the U.S. A financial advisor can help you improve your financial literacy to better understand your money. Find a fiduciary advisor today. On average, … Continue reading → The post 23% of Adults Got Three-Quarters of Financial Literacy Questions Wrong: Can You Get Them Right? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
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Owning a rental property is a great way to generate income. If you're going to rent out your income property on a short-term basis, you may opt to list it on a site like Airbnb. There's nothing wrong with talking up your rental property's best features in a listing.
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As a Chinese success story, Alibaba is unrivalled. As its founder, Jack Ma soared in power and prestige, acquiring a global reputation that spread alongside the company’s growth into a global e-commerce giant.
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Get ready to have your mind blown with this essential product that helps prevent your toiletries from leaking onto the rest of your luggage.
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Here’s the 10 wealthiest individuals from Illinois on Forbes’ billionaires list for 2022.
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Investing in equal parts of these blue chip dividend stocks gives an investor an average yield of 3.2%.
After July’s exceptional surge, the markets steadied during early August with the S&P 500 up by a third of a precent over the past week. Now investors will be keen to find out if the rally has legs. Stifel's chief equity strategist Barry Bannister thinks it does and believes the S&P 500 is on course to reach 4,400 during the year’s second half, explaining that the sell-off in 1H22 is “still being reversed.” The strategist also thinks the S&P 500’s “equity risk premium” now suggests a mid-point p
The billionaire famous for his early investment in Facebook wants America to build again—just not housing in his backyard
Marc Andreessen, who once wrote a blog post called “Time to Build,” lives in Atherton, California, America’s richest town. His YIMBY stance in the macro sense looks more NIMBY in the micro.
Even in a year when prices for just about everything are skyrocketing, the surging price of food stands out. In June, the federal government's food-at-home index -- meaning food you buy at a grocery...