Month: November 2018

New! 2019 Retirement Plan Contribution Limits

New! 2019 Retirement Plan Contribution Limits

Great news for savers and those who wannabe better savers. The IRS announced that retirement plan contribution limits are increasing for 2019. Maybe you are not even close to the annual limits on your retirement savings plans. Or, maybe you consistently max them out. Whatever […]

Rookie Money Mistakes of a Newlywed Military Couple

Rookie Money Mistakes of a Newlywed Military Couple

When my husband and I got married we combined our two separate lives into one. We were DINKs (Dual Income No Kids) with stable jobs, nice salaries, and no credit card debt. Neither of us had any financial skeletons, dirty money secrets or made any huge money mistakes in our past single lives. To me, it all looked like smooth sailing from here on out. If anything, combining our financial lives would make everything easier. After all, two salaries are better than one, right?

5 Ways to Budget for the Holidays

5 Ways to Budget for the Holidays

5 Ways to Budget for the Holidays Guest Post by Chloe N. Moore For the majority of us, the holidays are a season full of opportunities to connect with others and to demonstrate our appreciation for all of the important people in our lives. But […]

Four Awesome Things About the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)

Four Awesome Things About the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)

The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP): Four Reasons Why It’s Awesome The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a defined-contribution savings plan. A defined what?. In plain English, that means it’s a plan that both you and your employer can contribute to. How much you accumulate in […]