Military Personal Finance Roundup: June 18-22
With the start of summer comes a fresh batch of blog posts for this week’s military personal finance roundup. There are a few job-related pieces and some solid posts about saving money. Take a look!
An outstanding piece from Free from Broke about
how to control spendingregardless of what you can “afford.”
This week's roundup features pieces on saving, spending and writing a solid résumé.
Savings doesn’t always mean putting money aside. You could save by getting rid of a major expense. That’s why becoming a
one-car household could save you money in the long run. A thought-provoking post at Five Cent Nickel posits a great thesis: Don’t let
insurance surprises burn a hole in your wallet. Penny Thots points out
what to look for at an open house. For our readers are ready to enter the job field, Bargaineering has some general guidelines for
writing a résumé. Military spouses who are fortunate enough to get a summer vacation will have to return to work at some point. Read over some tips for
getting back to work.
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