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Managing Debt as an Active Service Member in the Military

Members of the military face unique situations and challenges that civilians do not. For example, active service members face the possibility of deployment and sometimes continuous relocation. A 2014 National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) survey indicated 77% of service members

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Posted in Debt, Debt Management Plan, Military

Why We Should All Be Saving For A Rainy Day

Saving for a rainy day. We all know we should do it, but sometimes that’s easier said than done. Or is it? Here’s why EVERYONE should be saving for a rainy day and how to make it happen. The Why

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Posted in Emergency Savings, Savings

What’s preventing you from achieving your goals?

Achieving your goals

Do you want to retire at a certain age or take a trip to Australia or stay home with the kids? Most people have some type of goal in mind for the future. It can be difficult to achieve any type

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Posted in Debt, Financial Wellness, Overspending, Retirement, Savings, Underearning

Flashback Friday: Can I afford to be a stay at home parent?

Thinking about being a stay at home parent? Read on to help you decide if you can truly afford it. Bottom line: I love working. I love the social aspect of work, climbing the professional ladder, and of course making

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Posted in Budgeting, Kids
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