Finding ways to cut down spending can be a challenge, however the best way to start is by cutting down on your already budgeted monthly expenses.
Don’t equate love with consumption of goods; a perfect Valentine’s Day can be a date opportunity for you and your spouse – on a budget!
Choosing the right debit or credit card is like trying to decide on which shade of pearl you want to paint your living room wall. That’s why we recently commissioned a survey that looked at current credit card and banking usage behavior in six cities across the country. Here’s what we learned.
How do you create a budget and keep it realistically flexible enough to meet the needs of you and your family?
With a family of four, we are continually looking for ways that can help stretch our dollar, and it really does shave off around $100 a month from our bill.
USAA reaffirms it's support to San Antonio to end veteran homelessness.
Refusing to shop for items you cannot afford, realizing new things do not bring happiness, paying off existing debt, increasing your emergency fund, and saying no to store financing are the best ways to keep additional debt in check and your financial goals on track.
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.