If you are planning to take a good look at your finances and make savings goals for the New Year, you are not alone. This is a great time to make goals for savings, investment and money management in general. As I reviewed my family’s financial plan and discussed our savings goals with my spouse, it made me curious how other military families handled their finances.
ROTC is one of the best ways to become a military junior officer and simultaneously earn a college degree. To take advantage of ROTC, select a great school, set your schedule to adapt to the ROTC schedule, learn from cadre NCO’s, and take advantage of training and scholarships.
Pick a college based on the career success it will deliver. Keep debt at the lowest level, network with alumni for jobs, ensure that you graduate, and stay away from activities that reduce your chance of graduation.
Military Spouse bloggers share their experiences to answer the questions: Why would I use a Wire Transfer? How long does a Wire Transfer Take?
Last summer my husband and I became debt free. It’s hard to believe that we would have ever climbed out of the debt hole we were stuck in, a debt that was overwhelming and leaving us living paycheck-to-paycheck. How did we become debt free in one year?
Do you spend too much during the holiday season? Think about the reasons you spend so much. Is it because you want to, or need to? Here are 7 reasons why we overspend.
I spent the majority of my twenties living paycheck-to-paycheck. I am not afraid to admit this because I think the biggest problem among young Americans today is being afraid to admit they are not as responsible as they should be when it comes to saving.
Are you willing to share your homemade coffee concoctions? Check out 3 of mine and share yours! Rise & Grind!
Whether you are trying to save by necessity or by choice, you can still have a successful and fun holiday get together with friends and family without breaking the bank.
Not sure where to start to create a plan to get out of debt? Check out Chad’s 5 steps today. Now, smile, grit your teeth, and pay off debt.