In the last several weeks, manufactured spending has become a little more difficult than it was in the past. We have either lost or will be losing:
Chase’s dividend for both
To my legions of loyal readers, I know it’s been a long time since I’ve posted, and I apologize, but I’ve been dealing with some illness in my family. Thanks
As I’ve said before, one of the greatest things about being in the military is the perks you get. I was cruising around the United States Postal Service website (I
Matt and I began our relationship on cruise ships, where accommodations were less than spacious. We moved from there to Tokyo, living in a series of tiny apartments which, in
First off, for my loyal hordes of readers, I apologize about the paucity of posts – not only am I working a full ER resident’s schedule, I’m in the midst
As I mentioned before in a prior post, VA loans are one of the coolest perks you can get your hands on in the military. I myself took advantage about
I really wanted to love Chicago- I visited when applying to college many moons ago, drawn to the arts scene and midwestern potential. I decided against it when I saw
Ok, I’ve thrown some really random things together today, so bear with me.
>20% off at Home Depot
I just got back from Home Depot, and it made me want to remind
I was exchanging emails with Matt, and he was telling me about a woman at the Charlotte Milesmadness event, (during which I had to work) who told him about her
The other day, I was reading CTP’s article on chip & PIN cards, and remembered that the reason I had applied for and gotten USAA’s rewards World Mastercard was that
Today we’ll have a guest post from COL Glenn of The Military Frequent Flyer, talking about the rise of identity theft amongst Active Duty and Veterans, and ways to protect
(Disclaimer, this article does not concern military personal finance at all, but since a large focus of Saverocity is manufacturing spend, I thought I’d share).
Over at my othe..