Here’s how to find the right travel rewards credit card for you – balancing bonuses with travel style with lifestyle.
Where to go. When to go. How to go. All of this is wrapped up in these three steps to solo travel on a tight budget.
Lots of tips on how to manage your money, keep your cash and cards safe and avoid ATM and foreign exchange fees as you travel.
Here are winning and losing destinations based on currency trends PLUS 5 top tips you need to know for saving as you exchange your money.
More for less. That’s what everyone wants. Whether your travel budget allows luxury or not, here are 32 ways to stretch your travel dollar.
Here are tips to protect your home, your credit rating, the validity of your house insurance and your bank account from unnecessary expenses as you travel.
Two practical approaches–one based on destination, the other on your absolute need to travel no matter what–plus a spreadsheet for your solo travel budget.
There are countless ways to save on travel but you also need to protect your investment. Here’s your guide to our best tips on protecting your travel money.
Here’s your guide to saving money as you travel. It’s part 4 of our 5 part series on money-saving travel advice.
Affordable luxury is the focus of Part 3 of our 5 part series on how to save on travel and spend your travel dollars better.
Some of us travel on a tight budget as a matter of choice. Others as a matter of necessity. Whichever your reason here’s your best budget travel advice
When, where, how and with whom you book your flights all contribute to the price you pay. Here’s how to get the best deal on flights.
A repositioning cruise can be a great deal. They are also different than most cruises and can be hard to find. Here’s what you need to know and how to book.
The desire is great but you have no money to travel. What to Do? Here’s how to think it through and links to 16 posts for greater detail.
Tips to avoid hotel fees and help you save money. Here’s how to plan your trip so that you return home without breaking your travel budget.
Credit card points are an important part of my financial picture for travel. Here’s a new app for Canadians that helps monitor and manage points better.
Planning to travel? Want to save on accommodation? Want to have someone care for your house while you’re gone? Here’s how to make house sitting work for you.
Oh it can mount up. Coins and bills from other countries that you’ll never return to. What do you do with leftover currency? Here are 6 ways to manage it.
Why spend your money on the boring, tedious part of travel – the airport. Here are 6 ways to save at the airport so you have more to spend on real travel!
London and New York City are leading the way in single hotel rooms for solo travelers. They are designing hotel experiences worthy of those of us who travel alone.