There’s quite a few blogs in this week’s military personal finance roundup that relate to the credit and debt theme. A few outliers popped up too, but just to add a little variety. Take a look at what was hot among the personal finance blogosphere this week.
Credit card offers come in the mail regularly, especially ones that tempt consumers by flaunting no interest for a fixed amount of time. Bankrate put together five things to know about these credit card offers to quell your temptation.
The roundup features a bunch of blog posts related to the week’s theme of credit and debt.
Military parents—like all good parents—want what’s best for their children. But that doesn’t mean you can’t teach your kids to appreciate what they have.
If you’ve shopped online you may have noticed you don’t pay a tax. So far the government has put faith in consumers in paying the use tax for these transactions, but an Internet sales tax is on the horizon.
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