Well, we've had five days of posts about Military Saves Week. Honestly, the posts haven't been read much. I'm surprised. I thought that they did a good job, this year, of structuring the program so that it provided value. What did you think? Was it too basic, too boring, or too much of the same?
In case you missed it, here are the posts from this week:
Tuesday Pay Off Debt
Wednesday Who Wants A Million Dollars?
Friday Save Before You Spend
In addition to the great information available from Military Saves, people who take the Saver's Pledge (totally free, non-binding, no-strings-attached) can receive a copy of the FICO score, free. I think this is the consumer score, so take it with a grain of salt, but it is still better than nothing.
I would love to have feedback on Military Saves Week and this series of posts. It helps me to understand what you like and don't like, and how I can provide you with better information in the future.