Jason Notte

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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How to File Your Taxes for Free

How to File Your Taxes for Free

There are a lot of free filing options available this tax season, but you'll have to meet age and income requirements to use them.

How to Use Credit Card Debt to Your Advantage if You're Under 30

How to Use Credit Card Debt to Your Advantage if You're Under 30

Carrying credit card debt will not help you build credit, but it can help you improve your credit, if you carry it in the right places and pay it down.

How Taxes Are Changing for Freelancers

How Taxes Are Changing for Freelancers

Congress took away some deductions, but there's one big benefit for freelance workers tucked among recent tax reforms.

Why Millennials Are More Charitable Than the Rest of You

Why Millennials Are More Charitable Than the Rest of You

Millennials don't have a lot of money to give, but more of them give more goods and time than any other generation.

Your Tax Refund Should Not Be Your Emergency Healthcare Fund

Your Tax Refund Should Not Be Your Emergency Healthcare Fund

Healthcare payments spike the week after tax refund checks go out, but there are better ways to cover health and emergency expenses.

15 Used Cars That Sell Like New

15 Used Cars That Sell Like New

Just about every car, truck or SUV depreciates as soon as it leaves the dealership, but demand for some models keeps prices high years after those vehicles sell.

New Year's Resolutions That Will Actually Save You Money

New Year's Resolutions That Will Actually Save You Money

Simply paying down credit card debt in 2018 can start a series of changes that will improve your finances for years to come.

What The Super Bowl Costs You In Taxes

What The Super Bowl Costs You In Taxes

Super Bowl LII will be broadcast free, but host cities and states pass on the cost of the National Football League's biggest event to taxpayers.

20 Low-Calorie Beers For Your New Year's Resolution

20 Low-Calorie Beers For Your New Year's Resolution

Dry January or 'Drynuary' brings beer consumption to a halt for many drinkers, but there are ways to cut back on alcohol and calories if you don't want to cut beer completely.

Why Super Bowl Ads Take Almost an Hour of Your Time

Why Super Bowl Ads Take Almost an Hour of Your Time

More advertisers want to reach a Super Bowl audience, but the price of admission has led to shorter ads from a bigger pool of companies.