It is Labor Day weekend, so we hope you get that extra day off to relax. For now, take a look at this week’s military personal finance roundup. Whether you’re curious how your credit card number is created or looking for cheap ways to tailgate, we found what you need.
Of the six featured blog posts, the top three focus on this week’s theme of education and careers. The rest of the military personal finance roundup covers financial goals, saving and spending money. Enjoy.
First of all, the Personal Finance Hangout from Wednesday night was recorded. So if you missed it, fear not. Now, this week’s military personal finance roundup has quite a bit on credit cards even though the week’s theme was homeownership. Certain topics are just too hot to ignore!
Even though everybody took a day off for the Fourth of July, the military personal finance roundup is full of worthwhile blog post. There’s nothing about Independence Day here, but there’s plenty on job interviews, home projects and going to farmers’ markets.
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.
Quite an array of topics popped up this week in the military personal finance roundup. There’s a little bit of something for everyone: traveling families, spendthrifts, savers, cooks, pat racks and credit builders. Let’s see what’s for you:
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.
With another week coming to close, we’ve put together a new collection of the best military personal finance blog posts. There’s a little something for everyone this week as topics range from living without a car to some good news about a Senator pushing for more hired veterans.
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.
This week’s Military Personal Finance Roundup features blog posts covering an array of topics. For military families, there are a few pieces about money and children. Then there are a bunch of pieces that can help you manage your money. Take a look: