Strolling on social media and seeing beautiful photographs that were taken from Iceland, Morocco, Brazil, hell even Wyoming, could strike up a definite series of FOMO. But, who says you can’t go somewhere that’s as picturesque or
Wait! Before those two previous sentences inspired you to pull up a traveling website, be aware that, according to CNN, in 2021 American citizens will need to apply for a visa before freely traveling to and from 26 countries in Europe — also known as the Schengen Areas. Americans only have two more years to go backpacking without formal documents and stay across the pond for up to 90 days.
Now that you know, it’s time to plan.
While everyone has major responsibilities that are more important than trying to keep up with the Jones’, there are ways you can save a few coins, still pay your monthly bills and travel.
Here are a few tips to get to your travel bucket list moving.
Depending on which bank you use to hold your money, some tend to unjustly charge monthly fees if a certain amount of money is not held in the checking and/or
I can personally attest to Qapital. After connecting your chosen account to the app, you will start saving immediately and not even realize it. Qapital allows you to save whatever amount to nearest dollar and you can set whatever amount extra to save. For example, you spend $12.01 at Sephora and your set it to save $3 after every purchase, then $3.99 goes to the Qapital app. If your account has under $100, the app automatically stops pulling fund into the account. You can set a vacation goal and can withdraw without any fees at anytime.
Other apps like Chime and Digit (fees after a 100-day free trial) has received rave reviews for saving assistance.
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I know. I know.
This concept may seem anti-bundle and saving options travel website swear by, but if you purchase an inexpensive flight to Turkey and stay in an Airbnb, you’ll save more money than you think. Several countries throughout Europe, Central America, the Caribbean
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For those who can’t seem to keep money in their savings accounts in the bank may want to try this old school method. Get an old shoe box, wallet or container and put money into it every week.
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