Even though everybody took a day off for the Fourth of July, the military personal finance roundup is full of worthwhile blog post. There’s nothing about Independence Day here, but there’s plenty on job interviews, home projects and going to farmers’ markets.
Perhaps less money-focused than other pieces we feature, Marcus Sheridan’s piece on his children knowing his name reminds us not to lose touch with family because of our money-making efforts.
Military Times Edge happened to post a piece about answering interview questions, which falls in line with this week’s theme of getting back into the workforce.
Our roundup looks at saving money and time at farmers' markets as well as how to save at the movie theaters this summer.
Summer is a popular time for home remodeling. If you’re looking to take on a home project, check out Bankrate’s tips to save on home renovations.
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