By: Robert Vandenbergh
This summer, 86 percent of Americans will take a vacation and the decisions they make about how they manage their money will ultimately influence the cost of the trip.
It’s often better to pay with cash to avoid the fees associated with credit cards. You also don’t have to dread the credit card bill that arrives the following month after your trip! But it’s not wise, or practical, to travel with large sums of cash. The money could be stolen or lost, and you’d have no way to recover it. ...
By Robert Vandenbergh
Vacation is a long awaited ritual for Americans of all ages. In fact, 86% of us are predicted to either revisit a favorite destination or explore a new one this summer.1
The good news is that a little planning can go a long way toward helping you get the most out of your time and money. Here are some tips to make your summer vacation a cost-effective one.
Plan in Advance
- Take the time to research your destination. Look for the city’s convention and visitor ...