Monthly Archives: September 2020

“I Would Have Started My Reserve Pension By Now!”

I get that pension comment every month from readers who are in their 60s… or even older. Most of them are doing fine, both financially and in life. They usually served some active duty before the Reserves or National Guard, … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned (So Far) From a Money-Savvy Book Launch

Now that my second book has hit the presses, we’re doing the promotion. This is a marathon, not a sprint, and my version of marketing looks an awful lot like “talking with hundreds of people while drinking coffee.” [This post … Continue reading

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