Air Mile Credit Card Options for Canadians | The Uncle C Case Study

Tweet In case you don’t know, I’m a Canadian citizen. However, I’m a US Permanent resident, and I’m glad I am because Americans have much better credit card reward options than Canadians. Today I’m going to use one of my uncles as a case study to share what I would do if I were in […]

How Much Did it Cost to Book Our Homemade Around The World Tickets?

Tweet There’s been a few dissenting voices over the life of this blog. Folks who think the stuff I’m teaching is a scam. Folks who think that I’m just trying to set up a trap for you so I can make a profit. Ask my friends. This is stuff I love to talk about. It […]

Traveling to Europe? The Case for Star Alliance

Tweet I’m not sure what it is about Americans and Europe, but it seems to me that most Americans want to be sure to visit to Europe at some point in their lives. Europe has the art, the architect, the history, and the romance – the very things that are missing from many North American […]

Keeping American Advantage Miles Active

Tweet A reader recently wrote in asking about keeping his American Airlines Advantage miles active: We have a Citibank American Advantage card in order to accumulate miles.  The problem is that it has an annual fee of $85, so I’ve scheduled to cancel it this April.  Our predicament is that we haven’t found a way […]