May brought a bevy of outstanding blog posts, and the month closes out in similar fashion. Some of the pieces this week are based on summer being on the horizon, while a few others deal with employment. Enjoy the last of May’s military personal finance roundups.
Saving for your child’s education should be a no-brainer. One Smart Dollar takes a look at 529 savings plans.
For military spouses or veterans looking for work, this short list of outdoor jobs could give you a few career choice ideas.
In this week's roundup, check out the pieces on jobs and summer travel.
Before you quit your job, Consumerism Commentary suggests you ask yourself some questions.
With spring coming to a close and summer on the horizon, yard sale season is in full swing. Get Rich Slowly’s piece on how to host a yard sale features great tips.
Smart Military Money works to give military service members and veterans the best personal finance and budgeting advice aimed specifically at the military lifestyle.
We'll cover how to improve your credit score, get a job in the civilian sector after leaving the military, and save for retirement to get you all the information you need to keep, or get, your finances on track.