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Weekend Wrap-up: Military Personal Finance Articles You Should Read (6/10-6/16)

Enjoy this week’s version of the Weekend Wrap-up! Below are five of the top articles that I’ve read this week.  All of this week’s articles are from our military financial blogger community. So, without further ado, here are this week’s … Continue reading

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Ten Questions With Ryan Guina

This interview is with Ryan Guina, of Cash Money Life and The Military Wallet.  Ryan was the first person I met online when I started writing articles, after finding Military Wallet on a Google search of “top military personal finance … Continue reading

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Weekend Wrap-up: Military Personal Finance Articles You Should Read (6/3-6/9)

Enjoy this week’s version of the Weekend Wrap-up. Below are five of the top articles that I’ve read this week.  All of this week’s articles are from our military financial blogger community. So, without further ado, here are this week’s … Continue reading

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Weekend Wrap-up: Military Personal Finance Articles You Should Read (5/27-6/2)

Enjoy this week’s version of the Weekend Wrap-up. Below are five of the top articles that I’ve read this week. Some articles are military-specific financial planning articles, while others are meant for a general audience. So, without further ado, here … Continue reading

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5 Military Personal Finance Blogs You Should Follow

This post is for those of you who want to follow military-specific personal finance blogs, but don’t want to get overwhelmed by everything that’s out there.  If you don’t know where to go beyond this blog, I would suggest checking … Continue reading

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Back to Basics – Compounding Interest

I was talking with Ryan Guina, from the Military Wallet and Cash Money Life, and asked him for advice on writing Military in Transition. He told me, “Forrest, you have a lot of detailed articles, but some folks need to know more about the basics of finance. You should write some posts on things like compounding interest, and other basic financial principles.” With that, Back to Basics was born (thanks Ryan!). Every once in a while, I will try to write an article that speaks to a basic concept in financial planning. So, with that said, below is my first piece on compounding interest (thanks again Ryan!) Continue reading

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