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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Taxes Make Asset 'Location' as Important as Asset Allocation
Investments are taxed at different rates, which makes knowing when to put them in taxable or tax-deferred accounts important.
When Are Your Taxes Due? A Schedule and Primer for Filing for 2017
Your 2017 taxes aren't due until after April 15 this year, but they probably should be filed earlier, depending on your filing status and your risk of fraud.
12 Cars Built for Your New Year's Resolutions
A vehicle can help with New Year's resolutions to travel more and spend more time with family, but they can also get you a new job and even help you be a better person.
12 Cars You Bought in 2017 and Would Buy Again in 2018
U.S. car buyers really liked pickup trucks and crossover SUVs last year, but cars will still sell if they have what drivers want.
A 529 Plan and College Savings Should Be Among Your New Year's Resolutions
A 529 college savings plan is tax-free savings for students, but it's also a beneficial and fast-growing gift for parents, grandparents, friends or other family.
20 Best Affordable Luxury Cars for Less Than $40,000
Luxury cars and luxury SUVs offer lots of amenities for their price, but their entry-level models often cost the same as a mid-level SUV or sedan. Here are the vehicles that pamper drivers without the premium.
Countries Where U.S. Travelers Can Still Get a Great Exchange-Rate Deal
The dollar's value has taken a dive within the last year, but tourists from the U.S. are still getting a better deal in Europe and the U.K. than they were a decade ago.
13 Cool Cars From the '80s and '90s Are Absolutely Worthless Collectibles
Like the generation that drove them, these cars grew out of their 'cool' quickly.
These Things Are Going to Cost You a Lot More in 2018
You might be able to cut back on streaming services and high-end smartphones in 2018, but the cost of food, medicine and even your house will be tougher to bear.
Financial Resolutions Worth Adopting In 2018
From paying bills to sorting out your portfolio, advisors offer some tips for cleaning up your finances in 2018.