I wrote a concise, $5 book summarizing this site. You can buy it here. I track all of my investments with Personal Capital.

Make sure you check out my guest post on MilitarySaves.org which should help you to make sense of the alphabet soup of retirement savings options.

Military Saves is sponsored by the Consumer Federation of America and supported by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). They do a great service to the military by promoting financial education, literacy, and preventing investment fraud directed at military members. Military Saves encourages the military community to “Build Wealth, Not Debt.” I couldn’t agree with their message more!

Check out Military Saves and SaveAndInvest.org’s Military Center for some awesome resources for military members and their families. Some topics covered include:

  • Financial basics
  • Debt control
  • Saving for the future
  • Protecting your money
  • Deployment and PCS

Check it out!

The #1 Website I Use to Achieve Financial Independence Faster

I have investment accounts all over the place. To keep track of all of them in one place I use Personal Capital. It combines all of my accounts, shows me where I may be overpaying in fees, and provides beautiful charts showing my overall asset allocation and performance.

I use Personal Capital to track my Roth and Traditional TSP, Vanguard IRAs, banking accounts, SDP, and my Betterment taxable account, all in one place. It's free, secure and presents me with a one-stop dashboard so I can see all my money on one site.

Read my full review of Personal Capital and see how easy it can be to manage your investments in one place. Trust me, once you try it, you'll love it.

P.S. - If you have over $100,000 of assets and a 401k, you really need to run the Personal Capital 401k Fee Analyzer.

Guest Post on Military Saves
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  • July 30, 2013 at 23:47
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    Great guest post on Military Saves. You are absolutely right save early and often. Make sure its a priority and take advantage of the benefits. The more you know the better equipped in making sound financial decisions.

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