The Uncommon Path
Plan Wisely | Retire Well | Travel on Your Terms
- 14 credit cards that have 100k sign-up bonuses
- Exactly how much are those points/miles worth? Every major program’s value
- Solving the 70-year-old case of who turned in Anne Frank’s family
- A 2022 Market Outlook by Goldman Sachs
Nothing says the Dog Days of Winter like twelve straight days of below-freezing highs – yes, highs! If the Weather Channel is accurate Pittsburgh is looking at sub-freezing weather for the rest of January. I’m trying to focus on future travel instead of the weather and hope COVID doesn’t derail my spring vacation to France.
Also, I highly recommend The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough. The non-fiction book written by Pittsburgh’s most well-known historian documents the adventures of American writers, artists, architects, and more as they experience 19th-century Paris. The book does a fantastic job of highlighting what makes Paris, Paris.
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Even if you’re uncomfortable traveling now, you can still plan for the future. A list of 14 credit cards offering 100k sign-up bonuses.
Oh, and exactly how much are each of those offers worth? Every major airline/hotel rewards points/miles are valued in the January 2022 guide by The Points Guy.
One of the travel credit card families I recommend the most is Chase Sapphire given their generous rewards and flexibility. Ever wonder whether you should be using Chase miles or cash when booking a flight? This guide explains the ins and outs.
Not everyone is lying on the beach during retirement, some retirees are solving 70-year-old cold cases. This is a great 60 Minutes piece about an ex-FBI investigator who goes to Amsterdam to help solve the enduring mystery – Who gave up Anne Frank’s family?
The annual retirement account contribution limits, tax rules, etc. change constantly. Here is a two-page document that lists all of the 2022 Annual Limits for Financial Planning.
I normally take outlooks for the year ahead with a boulder-sized grain of salt. However, when they are well done and backed up with valuable data they can be a very interesting read. Here’s the 2022 Outlook by Goldman Sachs. Even if you’re a skeptic, like me, when it comes to making market/economic predictions accurately it’s a thought-provoking paper.
Did you miss the last issue of The Uncommon Path? If so, you have a second chance to catch up on:
- 2022 has not been kind to many large growth stocks, but it’s not too late to rebalance
- Exactly how much does it cost to retire in each country? A list
- In case your retirement fund is a little low, a list of the cheapest countries to live in
- Ready to renew your passport? Soon you won’t have to mail it in
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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.