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Author: Daniel Davis

#1475 Time to Travel to Iran?

Known formerly as Persia, Iran sits at the junction of Central Asia, South Asia and the Arab states of the Middle East (note that Iran's official language is Persian, not Arabic). Iran is home to one of the world's oldest civilizations, and the country's 19 UNESCO World Heritage Sites – which i... see more

#1463 Expedia Vs. Orbitz: Comparing The Rewards

Travel a lot? If you do, maybe you use one of the online travel sites to book. Like credit cards, travel sites offer rewards points as an incentive to stay loyal. Two of the biggest players in the online travel business are Expedia and Orbitz. Their programs are more different than you might imag... see more

#1410 Are Discounted Gift Card Websites Safe?

Does purchasing a retail store gift card for less than its face value – basically, getting free money – sound too good to be true? It's usually not. Discounted gift card websites buy new or partially used gift cards from consumers who would rather have cash for less than the cards are worth o... see more

#1402 Ways to Travel to Tokyo on a Budget

Tokyo has long been one of the most expensive cities in the world. However, over the past few years the United States Dollar has become stronger against the Japanese Yen. As a result, tourism to some of Japan's popular cities has been on the rise. Getting to Tokyo for CheapSince tourism to... see more

#1348 Retire In Thailand With $200,000 Of Savings?

As the cost of retirement and healthcare continue to rise, many people start thinking about joining the growing number of seniors who have chosen to retire abroad. One destination that has long been on the radar of expat retirees is Thailand, a country in southern Asia known for its natural beaut... see more

#1347 College Tuition vs. Investing: Is It Worth It?

With the cost of college rising each year and questionable career prospects awaiting college graduates, some people are wondering if a college education is still worth it. If you took all of the money you would spend on a college degree and invested it, would you come out ahead?The Best Schoo... see more

#1345 How Are Variable Annuities Taxed?

Like any annuity contract, in the case of a variable annuity the insurer promises to pay you an amount in the future, typically beginning at retirement age and for the rest of your life. The difference between a fixed annuity and a variable annuity is the opportunity to increase the payments you ... see more

#1309 My Employer Doesn't Offer a 401(k). Should I Care?

Millions of American workers don't have access to 401(k) retirement plans. Many of these people are self-employed or younger workers; others work for smaller companies without established benefit packages. Sometimes, other employer benefits are offered in lieu of a 401(k). Whatever the reason, su... see more

#1293 Do Small Business Owners Need Financial Advisors?

To know the answer to the question in the title, you only need to look at one stat provided by American Express Open Forum: 30% of small business owners haven't calculated how much money they will need in retirement.You might be thinking: If 70% of small business owners have calculated how... see more

#1281 Umbrella Insurance & Household Help

Hiring someone to work in or around your home may solve a repair or childcare problem, but it can also expose you to the possibility of being sued. The potential liabilities include not just physical injury to the person hired, but also wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment. A lawsu... see more

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