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Written by Guest Blogger | December 17, 2014
By Gail Cunningham, Vice President of Public Relations, National Foundation for Credit CounselingRead more...
Spending is more fun than saving. Or is it? Without a well-funded savings account you’re living on a slippery financial slope that can very quickly wreck havoc on your financial life. After all, it’s not if, but when, the next unplanned expense is going to occur.
Written by Guest Blogger | December 16, 2014
By the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Investor Education & Advocacy
Learning how to make informed investing decisions and avoid common scams can make a big difference in your later years. With a basic understanding of investment options and how scam artists work, you can avoid fraud and grow your hard-earned money.Read more...
Written by Alecia Blair | December 11, 2014
By Alecia D. Blair, Military Saves Communications AssociateRead more...
By now, you may know how you want to spend your tax return. Before you’ve spent the money in your mind, think about this. Military life poses many challenges that are very different from civilian life. These challenges can often be eased by having some money saved. With deployments and permanent change of station (PCS) moves, here are some wiser ways to spend your tax return in the New Year.