The Cost of Procrastination

The Cost of Procrastination

You’ve experienced one of the costs of procrastination. Procrastination can cause missed deadlines, missed opportunities, and just plain missing out.

Procrastination is avoiding a task that needs to be done – postponing until tomorrow what could be done today. Procrastinators can sabotage themselves. They often put obstacles in their own path. They may choose paths that hurt their performance.

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Personal Finance Tips for Military Families

Personal Finance Tips for Military Families

One survey found that 77% of military personnel have some financial worries, mostly regarding their lack of savings to cover retirement or other needs.

While the financial situation of military personnel and their families mirror the general population in many respects, heavy indebtedness and mismanagement of credit cards may be especially acute issues for service members.

Of course, military families face unique challenges, such as deployment to conflict zones, overseas assignments and the constancy of change, making personal finance ever more critical for those in the Armed Forces. 

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Dealing with a Divorce

Dealing with a Divorce

Divorce can be a lengthy process that may strain your finances and leave you feeling out of control. But with the right preparation, you can protect your interests, take charge of your future, and save yourself time and money. You certainly never expected divorce when you cut the wedding cake--you and your spouse planned on spending the rest of your lives together. Unfortunately, the fairy tale didn't work out, and you're headed for a divorce. So where do you begin?

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