¨Travel is never a matter of money, but of courage¨
At the beginning of my days as a full-time, Fifty-Plus Nomad, I did not care about travel-related money issues like currency exchange rates, ATM and credit card fees. I thought they were a small tedious, detail that I did not merit much attention.
However, when I reviewed my spending patterns after my first year as a Fifty-Plus Nomad, I realized that I had spent almost $3,000 on foreign exchange, credit card, and ATM fees, and decided to do something about it.
In the eight years since I have dedicated time and effort to learn all I could about these money-related issues. Along the way, I have made errors, but I have managed to reduce these fees by 90%. It has not been that hard, and it has saved me over $10,000.
I want my fellow Fifty-Plus Nomads to avoid my mistakes. So I have developed the following classes to help Fifty-Plus Nomads avoid some common, but easily avoidable, travel-related money mistakes.