There’s a new credit card called the Charity Charge card. Its proposition is simple: 1% of all your charges will go to the charitable organization of your choice (assuming your p..
I wrote about Upromise in-store deals a little while ago, and since then Trevor wrote about Ebates in-store deals and Doc covered all of the above.I don’t have much to add
The Weekly News Roundup is a collection of headlines from around the internet that caught the attention of the Tagging Miles team. Content on these blogs do not necessarily reflect
Conventional advice is to put business purchases onto a business credit card. I myself have done this for many years. However, we might want to explore the ‘why’ of that,
Its mid-June, and if you are like me, your Chase Freedoms have gathered dust. I didn’t bother to do much with them this month, what with the other options available like Grocery
As long time readers know, I’m a Marriott fan, despite calling it the red-headed step child of the miles and points game. That post was more talking about the personal
It’s fun to check out local credit union since every now and then you get a surprise. I thought I’d heard of all the 2% credit cards out there, but
Some of you may be aware that the Dept of Labor recently passed a revision to how retirement accounts must be managed, applying a Fiduciary rule to the management of these
You’ve likely heard the adage, that a dollar saved is a dollar earned, or indeed two dollars earned, but how does this amazing phenomenon occur really, and is it ‘magic’
In December, I wrote about the 50% bonus about the Bank of America Travel Rewards and Cash Rewards card. A recap: you need to open a brand new credit card with your business
Anyone who’s read Milenomics diligently know the following: Today’s post is half refresher, half tale of woe. If you’ve already read a ton about the Float rule here on Milenomics
Did you know…
about the card with rotating 10% category bonuses?
about the gas card with unlimited 3.75% cash back?
that there’s another gas card that can earn you 12% back?
As you know, we at Saverocity love credit cards, and hope you do too. As a reminder, we offer a sophisticated array of cards through our link saverocity.com/creditcards which sh..
Last week, my buddy Oren shared his go to cards for reselling.
To recap, his cards were:
Bank of America Travel Rewards
Honorable mention: Citi AT&T
They hardly ever get mentioned anywhere, but US Bank currently offers eight retail credit cards. That number used to be higher, but the Bed, Bath, and Beyond card is switching is..
In 2014 Kenny inspired me to change all my cards with Citi and since then I do this with all my Citi cards that do not fit my needs/annual fees that do
I came across a tweet earlier this week from an academic in the planning world over at Kansas State University. He has a buddy who is trying to get to
It’s been a rough start to the year and lucrative points/miles/cashback opportunities are few and far between. Which is why today I’m writing about the BP Visa, a credit card
Today, I wanted to write about using your credit card as a competitive advantage because I have been perusing Reddit and seeing people use cash to handle their business. Reading
The last few months have seen one blow after another to the miles & points and credit card churning games. From devaluations, to mass shutdowns, to reports of MSers being
What the heck is Luxury Card?
Before I begin this review, we need to go over some basic facts. There are three new cards issued by Luxury Card, which supposedly is a “card
I got the Brooks Brothers credit card two years ago to see if it would offer the same sort of occasionally generous promotions that the Banana Republic / Gap /
I’ve written about the Marathon Visa credit card before, first identifying it as the card that earns 7% rewards and later pointing out that falling gas prices are good news for