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Keeping Better Track of Your Finances

Money is a sensitive subject. It’s not always that easy to talk about or to work with. Either way, we all need to learn how to budget properly at some point or another in life. Regardless of how much money you earn, we all have outgoings; some bigger than others. So, it’s important to beContinue Reading “Keeping Better Track of Your Finances”

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How Are You Using Drill Pay? Use Reserve or Guard Pay to Further Your Financial Goals

Content provided courtesy of USAA By Joshua Andrews, CFP®   Do you lie awake each night wondering, “What do I do with my big, fat Reserve or Guard paycheck?” Alright, “big” and “fat” are probably overstatements, but it’s still worth considering how to make an extra paycheck from Uncle Sam work best for you. AsContinue Reading “How Are You Using Drill Pay? Use Reserve or Guard Pay to Further Your Financial Goals”

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Money Tips Every Couple Needs to Know

The way we earn, spend, and save money is a practical expression of our most fundamental beliefs. When our priorities are out of sync, money can become the great divide in an otherwise harmonious relationship. By working together toward financial freedom, money can cease being a source of conflict and become a way to expressContinue Reading “Money Tips Every Couple Needs to Know”

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A General Strategy for Budgeting Money

Guest Post By: Savannah Hennings  In a way, budgeting is like combat. You have to be prepared for inevitable expenses like food, clothing, shelter, education, utilities, transportation, etc. At the same time, you need to expect the unexpected, such as sudden medical emergencies or natural disasters. It’s no easy task to cope with these, especiallyContinue Reading “A General Strategy for Budgeting Money”