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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Recent Articles By The Author
You'll Never Be Rich Enough to Stop Worrying About Your Money
Not having a plan for market volatility or other missteps makes even multimillionaires edgy. Yet Millennials handle the turbulence better than most.
Why Long-Term Care Insurance Is a Bad Investment
While the majority of older Americans will need long-term care later in life, there are ways to save for it that have less risk than long-term care insurance.
Biggest Mistakes People Make on Their Tax Returns
Nearly one out of every five taxpayers files their tax return by hand, resulting in minor errors that can be major headaches. But it's the folks paying for help who make the biggest mistake of all.
Last-Minute Tax-Survival Guide for Millennials
Millennial taxpayers still have a host of education, job-hunting and investment credits and deductions available to them late in the filing process. They also have plenty of time to file for an extension.
Tax Credits That Help Military Families the Most
Getting tax deductions for uniforms and moving expenses is nice, but tax-free combat pay and enhanced retirement savings help out a lot more.
How to Invest in Oil
Oil commodity investing puts a product people use every day in their portfolio, but it can be as volatile as prices at the pump.
The IRS Can Take Your Passport for Unpaid Taxes
Granted, you have to owe a lot of money and go out of your way not to repay it, but the IRS and State Department can make life especially hard on overseas tax cheats.
How to Survive a Tax Audit
The IRS isn't auditing as many people as it used to, but if it does happen, there is no need to fear for your life.
Is Your Spouse Cheating on You -- With Money?
Millions of Americans keep secret credit cards and bank accounts from their spouses, which isn't helping their finances or their relationships.
Money May Be Worth More Than Love This Valentine's Day
Forget the roses this Valentine's Day: If you're looking for lasting love, you'd best be prepared to show some receipts.