We’ve all seen “going green” become an increasingly popular trend in recent years. Whether that means recycling, buying an eco-friendly car or conserving energy, environmental consciousness is important for the planet and for our resources. But what you might not know is that it can be important for your wallet, too. You could even save up to $113,000.
Many people think of going green as a costly endeavor. Although it might take more time and effort, Sara Tetreault of GoGingham.com and her family prove that it is not costly and is, in fact, a giant money saver.
Check how Tetreault dishes on her money-saving techniques and eco-friendly living.
Some purchase decisions take little to no time, such as choosing a candy bar at the checkout lane.
Major investments get consumers thinking and researching. But a large chunk of military consumers seem to be making big investments without exploring their options, according to a 2010 survey by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
Smart Military Money works to give military service members and veterans the best personal finance and budgeting advice aimed specifically at the military lifestyle.
We'll cover how to improve your credit score, get a job in the civilian sector after leaving the military, and save for retirement to get you all the information you need to keep, or get, your finances on track.