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Berlin Street Art "The Flash" 2010
Berlin Street Art “The Flash” 2010

This morning my guest post about the benefits of joining the military versus going to college went live on Financial Samurai. If this is your first time to my site, welcome! You can learn more about me here.

The short version is I’m an active duty US Air Force officer who researches and write extensively on achieving financial independence using your military pay and benefits. I started this site in 2012 as a lieutenant and I’ve been in the military since 2010. I get to travel a lot for my job and like to share pictures I take around the world. Since 2012 I’ve been to

I’ve compiled a list of my best posts for both my military and civilian readers. If you would like to read more about achieving financial independence in the military, check out the posts below.

Best Financial Articles for Military

Best Financial Articles for Civilians and Military

The Best Website I Found to Achieve Financial Independence Faster

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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.

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