Personal Finance

How to Manage Your Money Like a Boss

How to Manage Your Money Like a Boss

How to Manage Your Money Like a Boss Go ahead and kick your feet up on your desk and enjoy your coffee, you’ve earned it, Boss. Wait, you’re telling me you’re not a boss?  You don’t manage anyone or anything?  You’re not the El Jeffe, […]

American Express Platinum – The Best Travel Credit Card for Military Families

American Express Platinum – The Best Travel Credit Card for Military Families

American Express Platinum – The Best Travel Credit Card for Military Families This post has affiliate links for American Express Platinum. Sales or sign-ups made through such links will result in a commission (at NO extra cost for you) but be assured I only mention […]

Do These Seven Things NOW in Response to Financial Hurricane Equifax

Do These Seven Things NOW in Response to Financial Hurricane Equifax

Hurricane Harvey and Irma aren’t the only $hit storms we’ve seen lately. Late last week, Equifax, one of the major three credit reporting agencies, dropped a huge news-bomb on Americans.  Equifax told us that during a data breach between this past May through July, cyber-thieves […]

Her Money Moves’ Money Map – Confessions of a Lazy Budgeter

Her Money Moves’ Money Map – Confessions of a Lazy Budgeter

#Confession So, I have a secret to confess. My husband and I don’t really have a monthly budget. A little over three years ago, we moved to Fort Hood, Texas for a one year assignment…when I was about 7 months pregnant. I effectively lost my […]

I Got Hacked.  Security Lessons Learned the Hard Way.

I Got Hacked. Security Lessons Learned the Hard Way.

Being a victim of theft is not only financially annoying and painful but it will leave you feeling violated and vulnerable.  I was hacked and this is what I learned from the experience. I was just wrapping up a relaxing weekend trip to the mountains […]

Five New Military Finance Blogs You Need to Know Now

Five New Military Finance Blogs You Need to Know Now

The world of Military Personal Finance blogging is a complex and small niche.   However, a small group of military servicemembers and spouses are making waves in the military finance blogging community with their new blogs.  Each of these blogs is all under a year old.  […]

Financing My Eyes – Seeing Clearly After a 0% Interest Promotion

Financing My Eyes – Seeing Clearly After a 0% Interest Promotion

Financing My Eyes – Seeing Clearly After a 0% Interest Promotion Last December, I gave myself a gift that I’ve been wanting for a while.  I finally pulled the trigger on correcting my vision with Lasik surgery.  Before surgery, I was practically blind without my […]

Electronic Treasure Hunting:  Search Your Unclaimed Property

Electronic Treasure Hunting: Search Your Unclaimed Property

This week was going down for me as one of the most financially annoying weeks in history. A thief hacked into my bank accounts and drained my checking and savings accounts over the weekend. However, as I was flipping through my mail yesterday, I saw […]

A Walk Down Memory Lane: My Social Security Earnings History

A Walk Down Memory Lane: My Social Security Earnings History

High on my list of things I’m not currently concerned about is my future social security benefit.  I’m usually only thinking about it as I frown while viewing my paycheck and see the FICA-social security and FICA-Medicare tax deductions or when I hear politicians angrily […]

Seven Things Millennial Soldiers Should Be Doing with Their Money Right Now

Seven Things Millennial Soldiers Should Be Doing with Their Money Right Now

Seven Things Millennial Soldiers Should Be Doing with Their Money Right Now Hindsight is always 20/20, so it’s easy for me to dish out this advice now.  However, think of me as your millennial fairy godmother here to tell you don’t make the same mistakes, […]