Tag: military

Survey Results For “The Millennial Next Door”

Survey Results For “The Millennial Next Door”

MoneyTips.com is launching a free eBook on financially successful Millennials! Click here for your free copy! “The Millennial Next Door” is based on a survey of nearly 600 Millennials who volunteered their financial progress. They also shared their fears and regrets, and gave their advice. (Disclosure: I’m not one ...

Don’t buy a home on active duty

Don’t buy a home on active duty

. A reader writes: "My spouse and I don't have a house to use as a tax shelter. We are transferring to a new duty station on the coast for 22 months and I am seriously thinking about buying a house there. Why throw away money on rent when we can buy and have a mortgage of about half of our housing allowance? It's ...

Why I Won’t Buy Long-Term Care Insurance

Why I Won’t Buy Long-Term Care Insurance

.   There are hundreds of posts on the pros and cons of long-term care insurance, but most of them approach the question from a financial perspective. Today we're going to look at other aspects of the decision: statistics, lifestyle, the process, and the lessons that I've learned. Another reason I'm ...

Book Review: Rich As A King

Book Review: Rich As A King

Humor me on this post. I'll make it relevant to financial independence in a few paragraphs. [Sidebar:  If you read this post all the way to the bottom, then you'll see a fundraising link for cool swag to crowdsource the Hawaii Chess Academy.  That link (not affiliated with The-Military-Guide.com) will also give ...

More Answers from USAA Social Exchange 2014

More Answers from USAA Social Exchange 2014

. My last post on the USAA Social Exchange conference answered most of your big questions. This post will finish the Q&A, and then I'll write one more post about the conference. USAA is improving their existing programs and working on several new initiatives.   Disclaimer This is the part where I let ...

Book Review: Gold Diggers And Deadbeat Dads

Book Review: Gold Diggers And Deadbeat Dads

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I read a lot of personal finance books. They'll talk about financial independence and budgets and saving and investing, of course. Some of them start with getting out of debt while others help you create your retirement plan. The vast majority focus on the dollars and the investment math. You would think ...