Military Personal Finance Roundup: June 25-29
As usual the military personal finance roundup covers quite a few bases. There are some blog posts on saving money, eating right for cheap and overcoming omnipresent advertisements. Take a look.
This week, read pieces on saving money and evaluating balance transfer offers.
A guest post from Mike Collins at Joe Taxpayer takes aim at consumers who exacerbate their debt by
abusing credit cards.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to mean eating expensive, as laid out at Free from Broke. At Dough Roller, Rob Berger answers a reader’s question and compares
balance transfer options to pay off debt. The heat is rising now that summer is here, and more heat waves won’t be a surprise. Bankrate came up with nine tips to
save money on air-conditioning costs. People often save up money, but Well Kept Wallet proposes starting a countdown fund to
save money with a goal in mind. Young military families should take a look at 20s Finances’ piece about
how marketing targets young adults. It’s a thought provoking piece that could make you look at your spending in a new way.
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