Financial Tips for PCSing
Here are tips to make sure you don't pay more than you have to, and ways to limit the financial worry and stress of a PCS.
10 Things You Need to Know About Auto Insurance
Troops have special insurance needs, from storing vehicles while deployed to moving vehicles from one state to another on ord...
Benefits of a VA Loan in Today's Market
With mortgage rates continuing to hover at all-time lows and many homes selling at discounted prices, here's a run-down of ho...
Car Buying Tips for Military Personnel
To get the best deal, military servicemembers and their families need to be well prepared buyers.
Back-to-School Shopping Tips
The average family will spend over $630 this season. Increase your savings and reduce your stress with these tips.
Summertime Saving Tips
Even if you don't switch banks, you can still consider taking a look at credit cards offered by credit unions.
7 Ways to Lower Your Utility Bill
Even if your utilities are currently paid as part of your rent, pay attention: By 2010, only 10 percent of military personnel...
Tips for Back-to-School Shopping
Having problems with the increased cost of your kid's education? Here are 7 back-to-school tips to help save money this schoo...
7 Ways to Take Charge of Your Debt
Could this be you? One week at the commissary, you get to the checkout and realize your checking account doesn?t have enough...
Unique Ways to Save on State Taxes
You may be eligible for one of several tax breaks that could save you big money.
CARD Act Puts Kibosh on Increased Interest Rates
Generally, the new law should provide great relief to consumers. It requires credit card lenders to make terms, rates and fee...
7 Ways to Defend Your Finances When You're Deployed
In the midst of one of our nation's worst credit crises, more than ever, credit scores are a vital part of your financial uni...
Establishing a Financial Future After the Military
After leaving the service, financial habits can make an even bigger difference. Employers, landlords and lenders all take a c...
Top Tax Tips for Military Personnel
Except for those in combat zones or stationed outside the U.S., most troops and families must file by the traditional deadlin...
Getting Ahead of Your Debt
Millions of Americans -- civilians and servicemembers alike -- owe too much money. Today, the U.S. national debt tops $10 tri...
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