I had a good time recently appearing on the Saverocity Observation Deck podcast with Noah from Money Metagame and host Joe Cheung.One thing that I think got a little muddled
Last week the Blogosphere was rattled with news that Chase Fairmont Visa holders would have their cards converted to Chase Sapphire Preferred cards in August. For some this may not
This is a blog about self-employment and entrepreneurship, and access to affordable comprehensive health insurance has always been one of the biggest obstacles to entrepreneurshi..
If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram you may have noticed photos of me on a private jet. I haven’t cashed in a trust fund- but I have cashed
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
As I first saw on Wednesday afternoon via Charles Barkowski’s Running With Miles, but which you can now read about everywhere fine affiliate links are sold, starting June 29, 201..
Its an idle Thursday night here on the East Coast, and so of course, no one expects something that may be borderline best ever, but Ebates and TopCashback came out with
Yes, it’s that time again! Time for me to share a free business idea you can use to become your own boss.After the first entry in this series I gathered
It’s great travel hacking together with friends, especially when it comes to workshopping ideas. For ideas on how to save money on Disney, I always find myself working with Robert
Joe Cheung discusses Hosted Media Previews with Leslie Harvey of Trips with Tykes on this episode of the Saverocity Observation Deck.
A few highlights:Leslie talks
Recently, Leslie from Trips with Tykes had a great post on truth in travel blogging. She pulled the curtain back from media trips a little bit. I’ve learned a bit
I am not often an advocate of buying miles, but there are times when it makes sense to buy miles. This promotion may be a good time to at least
In a few days we embark on Camp Mom South America. It’s a loooong travel day: a five plus a six hour flight to be exact. I scored tickets for $370
Here’s a new one for me. A long-time reader reached out to me, as the biggest fan of US Bank Flexperks Travel Rewards in the blogosphere, to ask whether I’d
Trevor AND Joe Cortez (yay!) are off gallavanting, so I called up Leslie Harvey from Trips with Tykes to discuss hosted media previews
In the past I’ve tried to explore other programs. Since Jet Airways’ JetPrivilege (aka JPMiles) is one of a few transfer partners of Citi, I decided to give a peek and remake their
I don’t think you should invest in individual stocks, but gambling is, famously, fun, and when I want to gamble on individual stocks I use the Robinhood iPhone app, which
Three years ago today, Matt gave Joe Cortez and I an amazing opportunity to start Tagging Miles. Joe’s since went on to do bigger and better things with FlyerTalk, but
Kohl’s cash is a wonderful thing. For the uninitiated, it’s a bit like real cash, but you can only spend it at Kohl’s. Generally, you earn $10 for every $50
If you’re flying Southwest Airlines today, enjoy a drink on them in celebration of their birthday!
Southwest Airlines’ BirthdayI just happened to be flying home from Austin this..
A while ago I saw on FrequentMiler that you could find the Hawaiian Airlines 50,000 miles card by doing a dummy booking.
At the time I did the booking, found a link, saved
I talk a lot about simplifying the tax code, for two big reasons. First, the complexity of the tax code leads to absurd economic outcomes, like arbitrary cutoffs between eligibil..
Here’s three different ways that you might be able to deduct the cost of a cruise. When dealing with taxes we must remember that this is always a positional argument.