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01 Jan

Is American Advantage Elite Status Worth Earning With Credit Card Spending?

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The American AAdvantage program is being radically transformed as of 2022, with the introduction of Loyalty Points. One of the interesting new opportunities here is to earn AAdvantage elite status exclusively through credit card spending. Since this opportunity is now “live,” I wanted to do some number crunching on the […]

01 Jan

19 Best Credit Cards January 2022 and Beyond

Every month I make a post with what I consider to be the best credit card offers at the time, with a particular focus on the best travel credit cards. With it being a new year, it’s a great time to start getting your points earning strategy in order, so […]

Here’s How I Travel On a Shoestring Budget
26 Dec

Live Life In Style – Even On A Limited Budget

When you are living on a limited budget, it can seem like you don’t have enough money for all the things you think are important to living the way you truly want to live. While most people don’t have enough income to indulge their every whim, it is possible to […]

25 Dec

Private equity groups spend $42bn purchasing companies from their own businesses

Value of ‘continuation fund’ deals soars 180% since 2019 as competition for new targets threatens to curb returns From World News including : Private equity groups spend $42bn buying companies from themselves Sourced From: Published Date: 1640318950   Did you miss our previous article…

10 Ways to Invest Outside of Your 401(k)
24 Dec

10 Ways to Invest Outside of Your 401(k)

So you’ve got plans to max out your 401(k) and your emergency fund is cash-flush. What next? You have plenty of options, many of which we’ve listed below. Wherever you put your money, remember that each type of investment comes with drawbacks. You should understand your risk tolerance and be […]

Tax Brackets 2021-2022 and Federal Income Tax Rates
23 Dec

Tax Brackets 2021-2022 and Federal Income Tax Rates

Updated on Thursday, December 23, 2021 For 2021 and 2022, there are seven tax brackets you could fall into: 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35% and 37%. Your tax bracket will depend on your filing status and your taxable income for that year. The higher your taxable income is, the […]

25 Largest Banks in the U.S. — and the 25 Most Popular
21 Dec