Enjoy the best on personal finance from this week.
Another week, another military personal finance roundup. Again, we’re highlighting some of the best posts from other personal finance blogs. This week there are a few great pieces with tips on how couples should handle their finances among other topics. The batch for this week:
Whether you’re saving for retirement or not—and half of Americans aren’t—Consumerism Commentary’s piece on the topic is worth a read.
Newlyweds or newlyweds to be should check out Sweating the Big Stuff’s piece about joint financesversus separate finances.
Credit Karma breaks down the pros and cons of physical banks, credit unions and online banks.
If you’ve ever worried about a traffic ticket does to your car insurance rates, Money Q&A has the answers.
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