Sarah Chandler

Sarah Chandler

A contributing author to several Lonely Planet titles, Sarah's writing on culture, travel, and business frequently appears in publications such as CNBC, BBC Travel, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, USA Today and the Eurail Blog, where she blogs about rail transit and European travel.

Sarah is also a speaker and communications consultant who frequently lectures in the U.S. and Europe, where she has served on the faculties of the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Amsterdam, and the Emerson College European Center. 

Sarah holds an honors undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a MFA in Writing from the University of Texas at Austin, where she was a Michener Fellow.

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  1. Retirement

    How to Convert a Roth IRA to a Traditional IRA

    If the technicalities of converting a Roth IRA to a traditional IRA seem dauntingly complex, here are a few simple tips to guide you through the process.
  2. Retirement

    5 Reasons to Convert a Roth To a Traditional IRA

    Here's a quintet of cases when the traditional IRA trumps the Roth version.
  3. Retirement

    What is Cohousing and How Does it Work?

    Originally a Danish concept from the 1960s, modern cohousing communities can be found in the U.S., England and China. But how exactly do they work?
  4. Professionals

    Top Spots in L.A. to Woo Clients

    L.A.'s dining scene is full of celebrities, but these impress-your-client spots offer better a mix of exquisite fare and power-lunchers.
  5. Entrepreneurship

    Work-From-Home Scams: How to Avoid Them

    Learning when a lucrative opportunity is – and isn't – legitimate.
  6. Savings

    Using Your 529 Savings to Study Abroad

    With studying abroad no longer cheap, families may find that a 529 plan college-savings account can fund educational travel. Tip: Read the fine print.
  7. Entrepreneurship

    The Pros & Cons of Working from Home

    Look before you leap into the ranks of employees who work from home. There are pros and cons you need to check out thoroughly before taking the plunge.
  8. Entrepreneurship

    Top Spots to Wine & Dine Clients in San Francisco

    From urban hangouts populated with techies to seafood grills dating back to the Gold Rush, here are San Francisco's best spots to entertain clients.
  9. Personal Finance

    Top Spots to Take Your Clients in Miami

    Miami's dining scene is diverse. Here's a list to help narrow down the appropriate places to take clients.
  10. Personal Finance

    Top Spots to Take Your Clients in Chicago

    Looking to wine and dine clients in Chicago? These 7 spots should be on your short list.
  11. Personal Finance

    Top Spots to Wine and Dine Clients in New York

    New York City is one the world's best places to wine and dine a client. From power lunches to sushi to celebrity chef spots, these restaurants impress.
  12. Entrepreneurship

    Are These the Weirdest Jobs of the Decade?

    If cubicle life has you down, maybe it's time to consider one of the decade's weirdest jobs.
  13. Stock Analysis

    When Investing in Whisky, Mind Your Liquidity

    As rare spirits fetch unprecedented prices at auctions, investing in whiskey may prove even more tempting than drinking it.
  14. Professionals

    How to Find and Hire New Advisors

    As financial advisory firms step up their recruitment efforts to address a graying profession, new hiring strategies emerge.
  15. Professionals

    How to Be a Better Advisor to Clients, Colleagues

    Do you want to be better advisor to your clients, as well as your own colleagues? Read on.
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