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“Education is what you get from reading the small print; experience is what you get from not reading it.” -Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr.
Insurance is filled with small print and big consequences.
Sometimes it’s about reading between the tiny lines.
Nobody likes reading it, but it’s important. Why else would they make it so small?
Insurance policies are fun, right? Sure they are…
Well, at least the good news is that we don’t have to read them very often.
So why should you be reading them? What should you be looking for?
When you hear about the financial aspects of the military, you won’t get far without hearing the word “benefits”.
As we all know, the benefits range from pride in serving your country all the way down to your food allowance (BAS).
Why do we hear so much about the benefits?
Because the base pay isn’t that impressive, but once you add in the benefits, military pay doesn’t look too shabby.
The benefits go outside the realm of health insurance and allowances.
Let’s look at some benefits that the military has to offer that aren’t mentioned quite as often…
There is a difference between being broke and being poor.
Broke is a temporary states of finances.
Poor is a mindset.
Before you go on, promise me you will never refer to yourself as poor again. Even if you feel like you are.
You may be broke, but you’re not poor.
Here is why you may be broke and how to stop it…
Summer is coming soon to a home near you. In fact, it’s coming to your home…unless you live somewhere weird.
There are ways to cut cooling costs. Practical ways.
You don’t have to spend thousands to save hundreds.
Unless you want to do that. But you don’t want to do that.
That would be dumb. I don’t even know why we are still talking about it.
Since you don’t want to do that, do this…
My wife and I headed into Oklahoma City this past weekend to look for a vehicle.
After spending the majority of the day at a certain car dealership, we ended up driving a new car home…well, new to us.
We are happy with the vehicle, and we were even happier with the price.
Long story short, they were asking almost $9,000 for a vehicle that we ended up purchasing for $2,800.
How did we do that? We used these 6 haggling hacks (I hope you can appreciate the alteration) to get the deal…
Should you refinance your home? Is it worth it?
That depends! But should you look into it? Yes!
It’s amazing what 1% can save you over 10, 20 or 30 years.
This is a sweet infographic that breaks down exactly what 1% could mean for a refinance…
My wife recently stumbled upon a great way to save money on produce.
Bountiful Baskets Food Co-Op.
This is a volunteer driven operation that allows you to get fruits, vegetables, bread and more for great prices.
There are no employees, only volunteers! So you get rock bottom prices.
Volunteers organize the food pick-up sites and more volunteers help the site organizers sort the food.
So let me explain a little more about what Bountiful Baskets is…
This is the final article in this 3 part series.
Have you added some of these tips to your life?
After you read these last 7, feel free to add more tips in the comments.
Today you will learn some great tips on saving money with babies and saving money while shopping.
Here are the last 7 tips (tips 15 through 21)…