It seems like only yesterday when Apple released the iPad 4 and the iPad Mini. Now, there are rumors that they will soon be joined by an iPad 5 and even an iPad Mini 2. But if you have an iPad, especially one of the newer ones, do you really need a new iPad? Some [...]
With ever-expanding suburbs and a difficult job market, long commutes are becoming a normal part of American life. Although long commutes aren’t uncommon, they are costly in numerous ways that should be considered before accepting a distant job, getting that house an hour from work or deciding to live off-base.
Making the transition from single to married life can be a difficult process for those with independent personalities. On top of combining the furniture and deciding whose lamp is better, couples should take a minute to discuss merging finances. Unorganized budgeting leads to overspending and unnecessary debt that can reduce your ability to save and [...]
Our theme this week was budgeting. So we featured fewer, high-quality pieces that relate to our theme in this week’s military personal finance roundup. Read these pieces, give the bloggers some love and let us know what you think in the comments section.
Prepaid debit cards have exploded in popularity recently. One survey by CouponCabin.com shows that consumers are 25 percent more likely to use a prepaid debit card today than they were just a few years ago. But the same survey also shows that prepaid debit cards have a mixed public perception. Are prepaid cards a smart [...]