Finance/Money

Becoming Debt Free: Part 3

As I mentioned in the last part of this series, we aren’t going to become debt free overnight and it’s going to take some really hard work along with some sacrifice. Before you start working on Dave Ramsey’s “Baby Steps” (which we’ll get to in a minute), you want to write down your budget. WriteContinue Reading “Becoming Debt Free: Part 3”

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Becoming Debt Free: Part 2

In early 2009 I came across “The Dave Ramsey” program. My husband and I still had some debt between the two of us that needed to be paid off, we wanted to start saving for our children’s future and ourselves. I decided to do a little more research on Dave Ramsey and what he wasContinue Reading “Becoming Debt Free: Part 2”

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Becoming Debt Free: Part 1

Photo Credit: Google Images Debt. I don’t know about you, but that word makes me cringe. I don’t like the feeling of owing anyone money. It’s no secret that the military is not paid all that much; unless you’re pretty high ranking or have been in a substantial amount of time, and in those casesContinue Reading “Becoming Debt Free: Part 1”

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Keep Calm and Carry On- Lessons from the Great Depression

“Members of the military would still earn money but they would not receive checks until the government reopens. On Wednesday, a bill was introduced in the Senate that would allow military members to be paid if the government shuts down. “Be able to go to work and not have to worry about what is happeningContinue Reading “Keep Calm and Carry On- Lessons from the Great Depression”