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

    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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Professionals

    How to Find and Hire New Advisors: Best Practices

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

    How Much Money Do You Need to Retire in Jamaica?

    Many foreigners first experience Jamaica at an all-inclusive resort. For those who return to retire, what are the costs of living on this laid-back island?
  6. Retirement

    Retire in Jamaica with $200,000 of Savings?

    While the luxury enclaves of Montego Bay may be out of your price range, retiring in sunny Jamaica probably costs less than you think.
  7. Retirement

    How Much Do You Need to Retire in the Bahamas?

    The Bahamas may be paradise, but it’s also a financial enigma: low taxes and affordable real estate, but “island prices” on practically everything else.
  8. Personal Finance

    Top Chicago Restaurants for Wining and Dining

    Looking to wine and dine clients in Chicago? These seven spots should be on your short list.
  9. Retirement

    Retire In Iceland With $200,000 of Savings?

    Iceland isn't cheap. Yet, by eating and drinking local products, ditching the car and flying budget airlines, affordable retirement may just be feasible.
  10. Retirement

    How Much Money Do You Need to Retire in Iceland?

    Dreaming about retiring in this beautiful, mysterious country? Here’s how much your major expenditures – housing, healthcare and more – might cost.
  11. Retirement

    How Much Money Do You Need to Retire in Ireland?

    After the Celtic Tiger's boom and bust, retiring in Ireland may be more affordable than you think. Here's an overview of what to expect.
  12. Retirement

    Iceland's Top Retirement Destinations

    Remote landscapes and rugged beauty are a given. But the country also offers lively metropolises, brimming with cultural activities and key amenities.
  13. Professionals

    Top Tips for Buying a Financial Advisory Practice

    When acquiring a new financial advisory practice, make sure that your game plan avoids these acquisition missteps.
  14. Professionals

    How to Perfect Your Financial Advisory Practice

    Top tips for being a better advisor to your clients, as well as your own colleagues.
  15. Retirement

    Retire in Ireland with $200,000 of Savings?

    Many retirees going to Ireland find that the slower pace translates into a higher quality of life that's also affordable. But can you do it for $200,000?
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