Social Security isn't designed to be all you've got for retirement, but
it's important to understand how it fits into your plan.
Active military must make a new Roth TSP election in January or their
Roth contributions will stop in February.
These simple, yet powerful money moves can make 2015 (or any year) your
year of personal finance transformation.
Consolidating debt may seem like a no-brainer. But there are a couple
things you should do first if you want the benefits to last.
January's pay raise is one of several opportunities military families
can leverage to set themselves up for financial success.
The Roth TSP is a great way for to save for retirement. However, active
military may see their contributions halted in February unless they make
a new election sometime during January.
Scott Halliwell is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner.
Joseph "J.J." Montanaro is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner.