Month: April 2017

DECODING YOUR CREDIT – Part I Credit Basics

DECODING YOUR CREDIT – Part I Credit Basics

Are you interested in buying your first home?  Or are you are a seasoned home buyer or looking to start investing in rental properties?  Your mortgage rate can often make or break a potential investment.  In order to get the best mortgage rate, you need […]

The Quick & Dirty on the Potential Federal Shutdown 2017

The Quick & Dirty on the Potential Federal Shutdown 2017

Q:  When would the Federal Shutdown Happen? A:  The deadline to make a deal is this Friday, April 28th at 11:59pm. Q:  Why is the Shutdown Happening? A:  The extension on the current funding is about to expire.  Congress doesn’t even have to sign a […]

Guest Post On The Adult Dish Today:  The Stress-Free Guide to Changing Your Name After Marriage

Guest Post On The Adult Dish Today: The Stress-Free Guide to Changing Your Name After Marriage

Her Money Moves is hanging out at The Adult Dish today!  Check out my guest post on the essential stops you’ll  need to make when changing your last name due to marriage (or divorce). Read: THE STRESS-FREE GUIDE TO CHANGING YOUR NAME AFTER MARRIAGE

Financial Knowledge for Kids – At Every Age

Financial Knowledge for Kids – At Every Age

In honor of the Month of the Military Child, here are some ideas to help our MilKids grow-up financially healthy at every age. Toddler Milestone: Help your littlest ones understand that not everything they want is free, and some things (a lot of things) cost […]

I Took the Blended Retirement System OPT-IN Training and This is What I learned

I Took the Blended Retirement System OPT-IN Training and This is What I learned

  I took the Blended Retirement System OPT-IN Training and this is What I learned: You may have heard a thing or two about the new retirement system.  I wanted to know more info, so I took the Blended Retirement System Opt-In Course.  Jealous?  Well don’t […]

6 Lazy Ways to Save Money

6 Lazy Ways to Save Money

 1.   Use Your Benefits. If you or your spouse will be deploying to a combat zone, fund that DoD Savings Deposit Program account.  You may deposit a total of $10,000 during each deployment and the account will earn up to 10% interest annually.  Don’t mistake […]

Welome to Her Money Moves

Welome to Her Money Moves

Welcome to Her Money Moves. Welcome to the inaugural post of Her Money Moves.  I’m a MilSpouse, Mama, and personal finance devotee.  This is my first foray into blogging and I want to share my knowledge and experiences about personal finance with you.  All are […]