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PennyWise podcast: How to be a 5-star traveler this holiday season

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Host Teri Barr talks with Sally French, a Travel Expert for NerdWallet, to learn why it's important not to be a Scrooge as you travel this holiday season.

Sally shares some great tried-and-true tips, along with a few new tricks to help you stress less during your holiday travels (or anytime).

You can read more at NerdWallet: "How to Be a 5-Star Traveler This Holiday Season"

You can subscribe to this podcast at Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts and Spotify.

A show about money, finances, and investing. Join Teri Barr every Thursday as she's joined by specialists from Forbes Advisor and NerdWallet to talk about topics that affect your bottom line.

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