One popular concept of personal finance is to have different buckets of money to handle different needs. For example, you might have a car replacement fund, or a "my kid is going to need braces" fund, or a wedding fund. If you are in the military, no matter how many years you think you have left, you need to be thinking about your transition fund. For more details, see this Paycheck Chronicles post. For veteran job listings nationwide, tips and resources, visit the Military.com Veteran Jobs Center.
Paycheck Chronicles: What's A Transition Fund?
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