Yesterday we observed Veterans Day. In America, we’re pretty lucky to have the caliber of person that fills the ranks and wears our uniform. I’m inspired and very humbled by the sacrifice these young men and women have made and the risks they are willing to take to defend our nation.
A few of the following bloggers are veterans themselves. Others have written about Veterans Day and still others offer great advice for veterans and civilians when it comes to finances.
Enjoy the following, and if you see somebody in uniform this weekend, take a moment and thank them.
Invest It Wisely – Remembering the Fallen
Deliver Away Debt suggests you manage money like a politician.
Christian PF suggests a few things if you are switching banks.
Buying Fixed Immediate Annuities – This is tips on shopping for a fixed immediate annuity for investors who are in or nearing retirement.
Knowing the Difference Between Credit and Charge Cards – Many mistake charge cards and credits as the same but they are, in fact, different credit tools.
My new e-book will soon be released. The Inner View of Your Interview is a look inside the mind of the job interviewer. Overflowing with best and worst answers, motivations, worksheets and bonus chapters on background checks and illegal questions, this book will get you on the right path toward getting the job you really want.
Maximizing Your Wardrobe: Looking Great for Less – Everybody wants to look great, whether at work or on a night out, but when budgets are tight it can be hard to justify those new duds. But looking good doesn’t have to break the bank. Here’s how to make the most of what you have.
25 Christmas Gift Ideas Under $25 – Find the perfect gift for friends and family with this list of unique, reasonably-priced Christmas gift ideas.
MomVesting – 4 Ways to Get Your Feet Wet with Investing
Black Swan Investing – Making a Fortune off Rare Events, by Darwin’s Money
Simple Financial Lifestyle – A Simple NO Can Simplify Your Personal Finances