If you're like most people, there never seems to be enough money to do the things you need to do and the things you want to do at the same time. This may be true, but we'd all be very surprised at how much further our dollars would stretch if we managed them better. Getting smart about money management is one of the smartest things you can do for yourself.
The Money Station can get you on the road to managing your money better. Start by taking your own financial temperature. The $$$ Checkup is painless but gives you an idea of whether you need to make some changes.
If you do, Money Rx has clues on improving your financial health. We can't do it for you, but we can give you some expert help.
One obvious and often ignored way to have more is to spend less. If you can't find some helpful ideas in 92 Tips for Spending Less, maybe you DO have enough money after all!
If you really want to be surprised by how much you can do to build financial security on military pay, take a look at Who, Me? Rich? Don't skip this one -- you won't believe your eyes.
Useful Tools help you play with your money -- and learn about it too. MAP Calculators are fun and can save you big bucks in making better car, home and savings decisions. And if you don't know an "asset" from an "APR," the Glossary is your resource.
The Earned Income Credit (EIC) isn't just for people with children. Use this link to find out how it benefits working people who earn low or moderate incomes.
Time to get going. You have everything to gain.