When it comes to getting advice — especially financial advice — truth can be such a relative thing. “The lies your financial advisor tells you (and how to spot them)”
This spring break, stay home.
That’s the advice the experts are offering this month, and with good reason: Between the Zika virus, drug wars, and the usual indignities of travel, that’s the kind of advice every nervous mother in America will second.
“Why you shouldn’t stay home for spring break”
Do you like to fly just for the sake of being on the plane? Do you proudly refer to yourself as an aviation nerd? Does jet fuel run through your veins?
If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, and if you also like to help people, then I’ve got an opportunity for you.
“So you think you’re an airline expert?”
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for a better way to do things.
So when John Baker, one of our longtime contributors and moderators, suggested we add a forum to the site a few months ago, I was intrigued.
“Yes, there’s a better way to advocate for consumers – here it is”
Not all “word of mouth” advice is the same. Here are a few thoughts on whose advice you can — and can’t — trust.
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