When traveling overseas, your friends and family will want to check-in to be sure you’re safe. And they’ll want to know all about your trip and (if you’re like me!) you might have some work to do!
So How Do You Stay Connected Overseas?
Folks who love amusement parks, Las Vegas high rollers, and travelers who want cheap car rentals or Marriott hotel stays could do very well with next week’s Daily Getaways deals!
Daily Getaways is a yearly promotion sponsored by the US Travel Association.
For 5 weeks, they offer a different daily deal with discounts on hotels like Marriott, Hertz car rentals, Caesars Las Vegas packages, and theme park packages like Universal Studios Orlando.
Little (and Big!) Kids Can Save Money on Theme Park Tickets With Daily Getaways Week 4 Deals
Let’s take a peek at next week’s deals and see where you’ll save the most money!
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Did You Win a Ritz-Carlton Gift Card?
You’re the best blog readers in the world! To thank you, this week we’re giving away a $200 Ritz-Carlton gift card and 2 copies of a great book, The Ultimate Guide to Free Travel!
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It’s that time of year again! April 15, 2015, is the IRS tax filing deadline, and readers often ask if it’s worth paying taxes with a credit card to earn miles and points.
I’ve written about paying income taxes with a credit card, and whether doing so will code as a cash advance (it won’t).
But because you’ll pay processing fees of up to 2.35%, it’s generally not worth it except under specific circumstances.
Paying Taxes With a Credit Card Might Make Sense in Certain Situations
Here’s how to pay taxes with a credit card and when it might make sense for you.