Jason Notte is a personal finance reporter for TheStreet. His work has appeared in several outlets including The Newark Star-Ledger, The New York Times, The Huffington Post and The Boston Globe. He previously served as the political and global affairs editor for Metro U.S. and the layout editor for Boston Now, among other roles at various publications. Notte earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in 1998.
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Does Your Insurance Cover Dog Bites, Flooding or Your Dashboard Change?
Auto insurance, homeowners insurance and renters insurance don't always cover everything that happens to your car or home. Here's how to get the most coverage for your money.
How Much Can You Save by Moving to a Low-Tax State?
State taxes take on added importance now that 2018 tax reform has limited state and local tax deductions. Here are states where you can cut your tax bill, but beware domicile laws in you old state.
Treat Your Tax Refund Like Any Other Investment
The majority of taxpayers will get a tax refund, but it isn't free money. It's money that you've been prevented from spending for the past year, so here's how to hang onto it.
How to Think and Spend Like a Billionaire
Billionaires embrace innovation, form networks, invest in what they love and plan for the future. All of the above may not make you a billionaire, but it can improve your well-being.
A New Home Has More Tax Benefits Than You Think
Taxpayers can deduct their mortgage interest, but interest on home equity loans, tax credits for home ownership and exclusions for home sales also help soften the tax hit.
Most Popular Home Renovations and How to Pay for Them
Homeowners want finished basements and decks, but they'd get better returns from stone veneer and garage doors. When your home equity is footing the bill, choose home improvements wisely.
Here Are 5 Things You Need to Doublecheck Before Filing Your Tax Return
Tax season is winding down, but there's still plenty of time to check your deductions, make retirement contributions and do some final editing on your return.
Irish Beers Worth Trying For St. Patrick's Day
Guinness gets all the publicity around Saint Patrick's Day, but Ireland's growing craft beer industry has a lot to offer as well.
March Madness Should Make You Reconsider Your College Savings
The NCAA tournament is a month-long reminder that the time to pay for college is just around the corner. Here's your game plan.
What March Madness Costs Even If You Never Go to a Game
A ticket to the NCAA men's basketball tournament isn't cheap, but neither is watching the tournament given the various fees and subscriptions involved.