The gift of cash awaits many newlyweds. While you and your spouse may have the urge to have fun burning through that fat bundle, try to resist the temptation to spend it all. Having a little fun is OK, but take this opportunity to start off your marriage on the right financial track. Mikel Van Cleve, a USAA
Welcome to The Money Drill! This is the podcast where we make money matters understandable so you can command your own financial future. In this episode, USAA’s JJ Montanaro talks with Ellie Kay, a personal finance guru and mother of seven, who blogs at Heroes at Home. Kay offers simple and practical ideas for saving
Living paycheck to paycheck is stressful. The concept brings to mind a tightrope walker wobbling on the high wire. Unfortunately, it’s a reality for many Americans. A USAA study last year revealed a third of our members are walking that tightrope. If this is you, we can help. Whether you’re making $30,000 or $300,000, it’s
Welcome to The Money Drill! This is the podcast where we make money matters understandable so you can command your own financial future. A professor by day, Chris Field is also a military spouse, life expert and philosopher who attended the recent DigitalMilEx event and talked with USAA’s JJ Montanaro about finances and values. Play
Don't wait for the perfect time to save. Just do it. If you keep waiting for the perfect moment to start saving, you could face a serious financial squeeze down the line.
If you own a house, paid medical bills or had a job search, itemizing your tax deductions could save you money.