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Cutting Costs: How to Reduce Your Monthly Expenses
[6/11/2005]

Stretching your income from month to month can be challenging, here are tips to help you reduce those monthly costs.


Financial Stress at Home: Pay It Down
[3/22/2005]

Having a handle on your financials at home can eliminate marital problems. This article helps you to work with your spouse to set up a realistic budget for your household before money becomes a serious issue.
Paying off Holiday Spending: Planning a Budget
[3/22/2005]

Excessive holiday spending can cause marital ills. This article helps couples determine a plan to pay off high interest credit cards.
10 Tips on Starting a Small Business
[10/22/2004]

10 Tips on Starting a Small Business
Financial Stress at Home: Pay It Down
[12/9/2004]

This article is about how financial problems can cause stress in a marriage and even cause illness. It discusses where to get budget counseling and other help.
Clean Up Your Credit
[12/9/2004]

One of the most important things you can do for your financial future is maintain a good credit rating. Your future financial dreams depend on it. Learn about credit ratings, liens, monetary judgments, bankruptcy, getting a copy of your credit report and how to correct mistakes, credit risk score, late payments, your spouse's credit, and avoiding scams.
Paying off Holiday Spending: Planning a Budget
[12/9/2004]

This article is about preparing a budget plan you can live with to pay down holiday spending.
Financial Stress at Home: Pay It Down
[12/9/2004]

This article is about how financial problems can cause stress in a marriage and even cause illness. It discusses where to get budget counseling and other help.
Cutting Costs: How to Reduce Your Monthly Expenses
[12/9/2004]

It can be tough trying to stretch your paycheck from one month to the next. Learn how to reduce monthly expenses by combining expenses, debt consolidation and military discounts.
Family Activities on a Budget
[12/9/2004]

Family Activities on a Budget
DFAS
[10/19/2004]

DFAS
Program Pushes Financial Fitness
[11/9/2004]

In five months, Sgt. Calvin Henderson will separate from the Army after six years of service.
Enlisted shoppers sound off
[11/9/2004]

Enlisted service members cleared the air about commissary hours, food stamps, crowded stores and a host of other matters they brought up when the Defense Commissary Agency sergeant major asked them, "What do you think about the commissary?"
RC commissary and PX privileges are often misunderstood
[11/9/2004]

PX privilege unlimited.
Thanks to the 1991 National Defense Authorization Act, National Guardsmen and Reservists have unlimited shopping privileges at all Army and Air Force Exchange Service facilities located in the continental United States.
Shoppers rate commissaries as #1 benefit
[11/9/2004]

Military shoppers chose their commissaries as their number one military benefit according to the findings of a recent survey conducted by the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA).
AAFES improves DPP
[11/9/2004]

The Army and Air Force Exchange Service has announced a series of changes that will improve the in-house exchange credit program known as the Deferred Payment Plan (DPP).
Telephone rates reduced for Operation Joint Guard
[11/9/2004]

Good news for Army families! An agreement with AT&T to reduce commercial telephone rates for U.S. Service members participating in Operation Joint Guard was announced in February.
Don't let disaster strike without being prepared
[11/9/2004]

Flood. Fire. Tornadoes and earthquakes. Think they couldn't happen to you? So do a lot of people until disaster does strike, catching them unprepared.
TRICARE supplemental policy helps pay bills
[11/9/2004]

Many Army families use medical care outside the military system. TRICARE covers the lion’s share of this medical cost, but it is not free. After it pays its share of your medical bills, you are responsible for the remaining costs.
How to maintain a good credit rating
[11/9/2004]

Looking for an easier way to keep track of your money and maintain a good credit rating? Two booklets from the Consumer Information Center may be just the answer.
Identity Theft Is Mostly Between Friends - Study Says
[7/16/2007]

Most identity theft occurs off line and is conducted by friends, relatives and others who the victim knows, contrary to many reports that the crime is committed anonymously through computers, according to the 2005 Identity Fraud Survey Report.

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