In my love hate relationship post about CardPool I mentioned CardCash. It’s been a couple of months with selling on CardCash in the five figures almost six, I feel like
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
When I can, I visit CashBack Monitor and check my various portal pay outs to see if there are any good gift card purchases. On one of the visits, I noticed
In the last few months, you may have noticed I have been writing more about myself because I have been on a road of self discovery. Let’s take a look
My friends, we are entering a wonderful time of year. For those in the Northern Hemisphere, leaves are turning a variety of colors, the weather is becoming a bit brisk,
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how using the Barclay’s UPromise credit card wasn’t clear on what and when I made extra UPromise portal pay out using their cobranded credit
The team on Doctor Of Credit does a great job at keeping the bank bonuses up to date. I recently took up the offer for 50,000 American Airline miles offer as
I love making new discoveries that play into earning a ton of points. It’s like hearing that it’s a snow day from school and now from work. They just never get
Good news for all you big spenders out there! Here’s Reuters:
Credit reports now show if you regularly pay your credit cards in full every month – making you a low-risk “transact..
Matt wrote a great post yesterday that reminded me of a post I had half written, after attending a company offsite back in August at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake. I
There are a ton of moving pieces in the miles and points world on any given day, any given week. Earlier this week, news started popping up about a rather
The other week, I read a post from Freequent Flyer where he wrote “the long con” and it reminded me of one of my favorite TV Shows, White Collar. One
In early August, with the help from @MissDSchnei I wrote about Serve and how some versions were unloadable at Walmart, namely the Silver and Blue versions.
Sometime from then and..
This past May, a few bloggers and myself participated in challenge towards spending $20,000 on the AMEX Platinum card with the best efficiency and effectiveness. There was some h..
For a while now, Citi has been our favorite bank for credit card rewards. What they lack in marquee programs, they have made up for in number of offers, generous
I recently came across this thread on FlyerTalk and thought it was apropos because I was working on the math on some of the 2% cash back cards. As of
Prior to working in New Jersey I was at a company in New York that has a $10 billion market cap. It was an interesting journey because I started that
I want to start off with a definition of prepayment because it can mean 2 things. Inside the definition of “BREAK DOWN” I added some emphasis
DEFINITION of ‘Prepayment’
I’ve been having an especially tough 3 months. Things haven’t exactly gone my way and there have been some highs and too many lows. Today was a low point. This
There is a post on Doctor of Credit, we learned about new versions of the Serve card. Some of the new versions include a blue, green, and silver version. @MissDSchnei who
I have seen this a lot: People are asking questions along the lines of moving unactivated product to another store either within the chain or outside. First, don’t do it.
When I first started to resell gift cards in late 2012, I began with Cardpool. Then went to Plastic Jungle then back to Cardpool after the Plastic Jungle closure. I
Note: I am not a tax professional.
I was recently reading a post on the Tax Implications of Reselling and MS by Noah at Money Metagame, and at first, felt the