Posts Tagged ‘Abroad’

Should you buy travel insurance for your next trip abroad?

Filed under: Travel Industry, Finance International travel can be expensive, but the one cost many people forget about in the midst of scheduling flights and packing luggage is a travel insurance plan. Unless you have phenomenal health care coverage here in the U.S. that also guarantees a decent level of coverage while you’re overseas,...

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Should you buy travel insurance for your next trip abroad?

Filed under: Travel Industry, Finance International travel can be expensive, but the one cost many people forget about in the midst of scheduling flights and packing luggage is a travel insurance plan. Unless you have phenomenal health care coverage here in the U.S. that also guarantees a decent level of coverage while you’re overseas,...

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Verizon subscribers can now pay extra to take their data plan abroad

Verizon subscribers can now pay extra to take their data plan abroad

Verizon is introducing new international phone plans today that are going to make travelers a little happier, but only if they’re familiar with how awful Verizon’s plans used to be. The┬ánew plans are based around allowing Verizon’s US subscribers to access their existing phone, text, and data allowances in other countries, rather than buying...

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1 in 3 Americans Considering Moving Abroad. How About You?

1 in 3 Americans Considering Moving Abroad. How About You?

Filed under: Personal Finance, Moving, Retirement Living, Income Tax, Investing Getty ImagesSky Tower and city at dawn from Westhaven Marina, Auckland, New Zealand 2013 was a record year for expatriation. In 2014, we broke that record. According to the U.S. Treasury Department, 2,999 U.S. citizens and long-term residents moved abroad and gave up (or...

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Trade Deficit Widens; Weakness Abroad Fuels Drop in Exports

Trade Deficit Widens; Weakness Abroad Fuels Drop in Exports

Filed under: Economic Indicators, GDP, International Trade, World Markets, Economy Manuel Valdes/AP By Jason Lange WASHINGTON — The U.S. trade deficit widened in May, fueled by a drop in exports that could heighten concerns over weak overseas demand and a strong U.S. dollar. The Commerce Department reported Tuesday that the trade gap grew $...

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5 Tips to Travel Safely With Money, in U.S. and Abroad

5 Tips to Travel Safely With Money, in U.S. and Abroad

Filed under: Currency, Travel, Travel Industry, Vacation Planning, Financial Education Shutterstock By Trent Hamm One of the biggest challenges of traveling today is traveling safely. The simple act of travel puts your finances at risk, whether from direct theft, identity theft, pickpocketing or other nefarious strategies. You need to be smart, and you need...

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Traveling Abroad? Here’s How to Leverage the Strong Dollar

Traveling Abroad? Here’s How to Leverage the Strong Dollar

Filed under: Currency, Travel, Global Economy, Travel Industry Getty ImagesA strong dollar makes drinks cheaper at St. Mark’s Square Square in Venice, Italy. By Chris Taylor Jane McManus can hardly believe her luck. The New York-based sportswriter for ESPN.com is planning a summer vacation with her family in Ireland. Following the strength of the...

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Buffett Buys Abroad, Opening Door to a World of Opportunities

Buffett Buys Abroad, Opening Door to a World of Opportunities

Filed under: Global Economy, Warren Buffett, Economy, Investing www.louis.eu There are certain people indelibly associated with American business, and Warren Buffett is one of them. The star financier has built his investment vehicle, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) (BRK-B), into one of the planet’s largest companies, mainly by acquiring stakes in domestic firms. That’s why the...

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