The Uncommon Path
Plan Wisely | Retire Well | Travel on Your Terms
- Exactly what you need to do to get a refund on Southwest when the price of your ticket drops
- Why you should avoid buy now, pay later offers – my Wall Street Journal quote
- If you’re over 50 and feel behind on your retirement savings I wrote this article for you
- Non-stop flights out of Pittsburgh are coming back and here’s the list
I put together four paragraphs about the festive winter holidays that have already passed and how we are in the depths of winter. It was starting to depress me, so I scrapped it. My point – I’m looking forward to warmer weather, tropical vacations, and an umbrella drink. The picture above was taken in Cuba, a spot I visited with Lori just a few years ago. It’s a professional picture taken by a photographer that is much more skilled than myself. Thumb-free!
When the price of your flight drops, you can get a refund for the difference if you’re flying on Southwest. This article shows you how to do it.
Buy now, pay later offers are turning up all over the travel space. I weigh in with a quote in the Wall Street Journal. Spoiler – don’t take on high-interest debt to go on vacation.
Travel Insurance 101 – What it is, how it works, and who needs it? All condensed in a quick-to-read tweetstorm.
Over half of Baby Boomers and Gen X feel that they are behind in saving for retirement. I wrote this article to help you catch up – “Is It Too Late to Save for Retirement in Your 50s?”
Should you pay off your debt or invest for the future? It depends…
Non-stop flights out of Pittsburgh are coming back. Here’s a list.
Did you miss the last issue of The Uncommon Path? If so, you have a second chance to catch up on:
- January was a bad month for the market. Should you sit tight or make changes?
- How much does it cost to go to Disney World?
- Putting your investments in the proper account can make a big tax difference
- Pittsburgh welcomes the Moonshot Museum in 2022
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David Tuzzolino, CFA, CFP®, is the Founder and CEO of PathBridge Financial, a firm that specializes in providing comprehensive financial planning and investment management services for clients that are nearing retirement and love to travel.