I’ve heard a lot of talk lately about the issue of investors and investment advisors who claim to be investing “passively” but are really just actively managing low-cost index fu..
Welcome to my Lessons learned from remodeling journal. I thought it would be fun and instructive to share our remodeling journey week by week. I hope you can learn from
The Weekly Travel 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
Some friends recently told me that since the latest changes to Hilton Honors went into effect they’d seen prices go down at some properties where they had existing reservations. I
Some people like luxury European automobiles, high-end kitchen ranges, and very old wine. As far as I can tell, these things are all outstanding, but they have one thing in common:
Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer program has announced that they will be amending their award chart and removing some key benefits. Worse, they’ve essentially given KrisFlyer members..
If you follow me on Instagram, you might have caught the Instagram story I posted a few weekends ago: my first solo dad flight with my two kids. For background,
When an affiliate blogger is trying to sell you a credit card that allows you to redeem bank points against a travel purchase, they sometimes pull this fairly ingenious, if
I am working on a project for my beloved readers that has quickly spiraled out of control and is taking me much more time to complete than even I had contemplated.
I’ve been thinking about irrational investment influence a lot lately (a term I just made up – one not nearly as catchy as funge). Here’s how I define irrational investment
A current fad in the world of personal finance and investing is so-called “tax-loss harvesting.” If you’re not familiar with the concept, tax-loss harvesting refers to the perfec..
Staying off site makes sense for a lot of families visiting Disney World, especially those on a tight budget. I’ve written before about how we rented a condo off site
Once upon a time there was a powerful politician was exceedingly fond of new clothes and spent lavishly on his wardrobe. He changed outfits constantly and used his meetings and p..
Back in October, over at the Saverocity Observation Deck podcast Joe Cheung interviewed Noah from Money Metagame and they discussed a post Noah wrote last year asking the questio..
A lot of people will tell you not to hoard points and miles, and there are some good points to be made in favor of that argument, but at the
If there are two axioms that financial graybeards treat as indisputable, they are:
Americans don’t save enough money for retirement;
and the government needs to do more to encou..
Here’s a quick hit for your Sunday morning. Maybe you knew this already or maybe someone wrote about this already, in which case why didn’t you tell me? Anyway, I
This is a guest post from @RobertDwyerOne thing to be on the lookout for in this game are programs which allow you to earn a rewards currency one way then
Cathay Pacific has partnered with the Hong Kong Beer Company to create a beer brewed for 35,000 feet enjoyment. They are calling it Betsy, after the namesake of Cathay Pacific’s
We’re not even out of February and I’m reverting to a bad habit. However, I’ve done the math and I think it makes sense. I’d love to hear your thoughts about the
Animal Kingdom is beautiful, especially in the rain
This is a guest post from @RobertDwyerIf you’ve ever visited Walt Disney World you probably know the busses are one of the wo..
There is a tendency in financial journalism to refer to a company’s market capitalization as what the company is “worth,” or its “value.” This tendency is most pronounced when pe..
For one reason or another, we’ve stayed at Embassy Suites two separate times in the past two weeks. I booked the Doubletree near Disney Springs during our daddy daughter delay wh..