Welcome To The Military Guide, We're Here To Help You On The Journey To Financial Independence 


Achieving Financial Independence is a lot easier if you’re going to be collecting a military retirement, but you can do it without one. It happens when you have enough savings to support your lifestyle. If you have a big lifestyle then you'll need lots of savings! If you live a simple & frugal life then you can become financially independent with less. Are you ready for us to show you how?


Check out Our Latest Posts:

Memorial Day – Free Burgers, Pizza And More For Military
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Beware Of Huge Flaws In The Military Blended Retirement System
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What’s The Next Step To Financial Independence?
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Should I Use A Financial Advisor Or The Thrift Savings Plan?
  I spend a lot of time answering reader questions. Some of them are unique personal decisions, but most of[...]
2016 Master Sergeant Promotion List
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Almost Free Money: NFCU Offering $710 In Bonuses For Military Appreciation Month
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Alzheimer’s Care Financial Update
  It's been a busy few months for us Nordman family men, but the fallout is settling. Dad's still healthy[...]
Dan Anton: The Path from Combat Warrior to Private Sector Entrepreneur
Who is Dan Anton, and why should you care? It’s a story of tenacity, duty, and necessity, embodying the strength[...]
What The VA Really Does With Your Disability Claim
    This is the final part of a three-post series on why you want to file a VA disability[...]