spending

As a civilian working with the US armed forces overseas, you qualify for the LQA which entails house, rent and utilities although other benefits such as hotel, furniture, food, and appliances may be directly tied to LQA.
Growing up, spring break in Texas meant a family trip to the Gulf Coast. I can still smell the sunscreen (and aloe vera gel for the inevitable sunburns) and taste the sea salt when I close my eyes.
Using a credit card can be the safest and most effective way of carrying currency and buying things “on the economy” when stationed overseas.
The wrapping paper is strewn around the house, you’ve had one too many helpings of pumpkin pie, and you’re afraid to go to the mailbox and get January’s credit card statements. It’s happened again: you overspent this holiday season. You’re not alone.
For servicemembers, a loving, resilient marriage is both a matter of personal happiness and family readiness. When family relationships are strong and healthy, servicemembers are better able to focus on their mission and their day-to-day duty requirements.
How can those who currently aren’t saving afford to save money? And how can those saving only a little save more? Here are our top 10 tips for saving money when budgets are tight.
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Busy schedules, unfavorable exchange rates and lengthy gift lists can make holiday shopping a nightmare. Hop online for stressfree, speedy spending. 
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