Author: Jason Steele
Jason Steele on October 19, 2011
The domestic airlines don’t always make it easy for you to redeem your frequent flier miles – especially on international flights. But let me share my secret way around the problem.
Jason Steele on October 11, 2011
Follow these rules, and you’ll be able to stay in a luxury hotel at discount prices – or even free.
Jason Steele on October 4, 2011
Renting a car is simple and cheap. But those counter employees sure make it tough to decline the up-sells and upgrades. Here’s why you should.
Jason Steele on September 15, 2011
Every time you pull out the plastic at a store, the merchant pays a fee to a credit card processor. The merchants say the fees are too high. The banks say they’re fair. In a new feature, two of our writers debate the issue and you decide the winner.
Jason Steele on September 13, 2011
Depending on the brand you buy, hybrid cars can be fast, tough, and long-lasting. But at least one model has a very odd problem.
Jason Steele on September 8, 2011
If you want to keep a high credit score – which can mean lower loan rates – then you’ll need to do some things that don’t sound quite right at first.
Jason Steele on September 1, 2011
Credit card companies make disingenuous claims that really bug me. Here are my top 6.
Jason Steele on August 30, 2011
I thought I was a savvy airline traveler who knew all the tricks of the trade. But then I became a pilot – and learned just how much I didn’t know.
Jason Steele on August 23, 2011
If you have a long flight, business class is a comfortable way to fly. But the prices? In the clouds. Here’s a clever way to fly business without paying full price.
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