There’s an innovative new credit card about to hit the market! It’s not a particularly good card, but I’m glad folks are trying. The new card is called the Sustain: Green
Late in 2013, some offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street movement announced it was going to offer a debit card and managed to generate a huge amount of press, receiving
There is no doubt that the Chase Sapphire Preferred is the best personal Chase credit card, and just last month I wrote about keeping it through 2015. I looked over my spending p..
Saw this in my email today and thought it was interesting to see our trusty 2% Fidelity American Express has 5% back in certain categories for purchases up to $500.
I recently wrote about what looks for all the world like a clear-cut case of plagiarism by The Forward Cabin, a BoardingArea blog. Last week our esteemed leader Matt contacted Ra..
TurboTax has just announced a new product line change that will require many people upgrade their accounts in order to file taxes. The changes impact the people using the Deskto..
I’m starting to prep for my silly month of spending no money, and was going to ‘update my budget’.. however, full disclosure here, I don’t have one and I think
The retail card extravaganza continues! In my last post, I talked about credit cards issued by Comenity, one of the two major retailer credit card issuers. The other one is
Last week, I wrote about my plan for a price match and how it didn’t quite go the way I wanted it to. Today, I want to let you know about
Comenity Bank doesn’t get much press in the points-n-miles world since most of its cards are cobranded offerings with small retailers. I thought it would be interesting to take a..
I want to begin and let you know that this post is not in regards to any manufactured spending as you already know which card you need to use. This
Typically this time of year I might send out a reminder to spend up your FSA money, as it was always ‘use it or lose it’. However, IRS notice 2013-71
I sometimes feel that we are playing the Game of Life here… imagine yourself going through cycles, from lack of financial awareness, directly into debt in college, and then clawing
In August 2013, I opened a Chase United MileagePlus Explorer card thinking I would utilize it more than I would. I wound up closing the card, but it was actually
Just want to put this out there, thanks to my buddy @ PF Digest for always looking out for the obscure banks and credit cards and inspiring me to do
US Bank offers the Cash+ card as a credit card where you can choose your 2% categories and 5% cashback categories. When the cards first launched, there were no limits
I haven’t seen much publicity about this one, but Apple and Barclaycard recently launched a new card. It’s officially called the “Barclaycard Visa with Apple Rewards“, (not, you ..
I was reading an article this morning by Kitces on Tax Loss Deferral (something I do currently with partial Roth Rollovers) which had a line in it that really caught
Before we get started Hookers and Blow (or H&B) is the generic term given to any spending that is considered wasteful, and for some, a lot of fun. This notion
Early this year, I canceled my US Airways Mastercard. Recently, I signed up for another US Airways Premier World Mastercard and have been pleasantly surprised. At first, I was do..
For whatever reason, I thought ATM fees were itemized in the transaction history online. When I saw it wasn’t online, I messaged the Charles Schwab customer service team about the
Firstly, I am fan of FutureAdvisor. They are a robo broker that competes with Betterment and Wealthfront. I think that they hold an edge over these two since they are
My favorite credit card-themed holiday approaches! It’s Small Business Saturday and registration is right here if you haven’t signed up yet. This year’s SBS deal is up to $30 bac..