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. Your Clients

    These Investors Needs More Advisor Attention

    Women live longer than men and their post-retirement finances are in jeopardy. A new report by the National Institute for Retirement Security shows why.
  2. Your Clients

    How to Guide Married Clients Who Fight About Money

    Money is a top conflict among couples. Here's how to deflate the tension so that couples can focus on maximizing their finances, not their frustrations.
  3. Retirement

    Why Many Americans Believe Retirement is Out of Reach

    If a financially secure retirement feels like it's just beyond your grasp, you're not alone. This year's EBRI survey reveals why.
  4. Your Clients

    Get Rich with These 7 Healthy Habits

    Getting rich is like getting fit. To achieve your goals, you must develop healthy long term habits. Here are 7 habits that cultivate financial abundance.
  5. Your Practice

    Expect FINRA to Ask These Culture Questions

    This month, FINRA kicks off its culture examinations for brokerage firms. Here's how to cram for the test.
  6. Retirement

    Here's How You Pay for Boomers’ Social Security

    Don't blame the Boomers for Social Security’s rumored demise by the time Gen X retires: The pay-as-you-go economic model has worked so far. Here's how.
  7. Insurance

    Life Insurance in Your 20s? Here's Why to Buy Now

    Just because 20-somethings feel invincible doesn't mean they don't need life insurance. Here's why purchasing a policy in your 20s might be really smart.
  8. Retirement

    The All-Cash Retirement Trap

    Keeping your retirement funds in cash is (almost) like hiding money in your mattress: Here's why.
  9. Retirement

    How Safe Is Your Pension?

    A 2014 law permits some private pension plans to reduce benefits. How to figure out if your retirement income is endangered.
  10. Investing Basics

    Invest in Manhattan Real Estate with Just $20K

    Investing in commercial Manhattan real estate is no longer reserved for the one percent. Here's how you might be able to take a piece of the Big Apple.
  11. Tax Strategy

    Profit from Art with a Charitable Remainder Trust

    With a CRUT, art collectors can avoid capital gains taxes on the sale of art– while also leaving their favorite charity a legacy.
  12. Retirement

    Red State or Blue: Where's Retirement Sweeter?

    Choosing whether to go red or blue when picking out your retirement destination is more than a matter of politics. Here's how to cast your vote.
  13. Retirement

    Look Beyond the Resorts for Retirement in Jamaica

    Look beyond Montego Bay and other resort areas to unearth Jamaica's best spots to call home during retirement.
  14. Retirement

    Is $200,000 Enough to Retire in the Bahamas?

    As paradise goes, the Bahamas are not cheap, but these gorgeous islands may be a more affordable retirement destination than you expect.
  15. Retirement

    Find the Right Bahamas Island for Your Retirement

    There may be no “best” Bahamas island, but there may be a best island for your retirement. Here are some top spots to consider.
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