Money Tool for Male Military Spouses - PowerPay

Thank you!

Money Tool for Male Military Spouses - PowerPay

image for Money Tool for Male Military Spouses - PowerPay

Image: – Male Military Spouses cab use PowerPay to help manage money and eliminate debt – Macho Spouse

 

PowerPay Money ToolVery early in my experience as a male military spouse I encountered the PowerPay Money Tool. I remember the day my wife brought home a floppy disk with the DOS version of this financial software. (Yeah, that just took me waaaaaay back.) It didn't have any frills, but PowerPay helped us calculate, plan and execute our path to debt elimination.

I know that there are plenty of money management tools out there. PowerPay is worth a look, especially if you need to develop your debt-elimination plan. This money management tool helped my family.

- Taurus


PowerPay Money Tool will give you the tools to develop a personalized, self-directed debt elimination plan. Discover how quickly you can become debt free, and how much you can save in interest costs by following your debt reduction plan

Utah State University Extension is pleased to provide this debt management tool without any cost to consumers worldwide. Below are a few exciting features of PowerPay 5.0. Login to the right and start gaining control of your financial future today!

See also...

image for Did you know?

Did you know?

did-you-know-mms.gifWe have all heard of the benefit of a good healthy diet. Included is the surge of Greek Yoghurt and all of the fabulous flavors that they have come up with. But did you know that 1 particular flavor should be avoided from our servicemembers diet?

image for Macho Money Definitions - What Is A Bond?

Macho Money Definitions - What Is A Bond?

vid_whatisbond.jpgWhat is a “bond?” No, not a secret agent from England, but an investment tool used to grow wealth.  According to the Wall Street Journal, bonds are a form of debt. Bonds are loans, or IOUs, but you serve as the bank.  You loan your money to a company, a city, the government – and they promise to pay you back in full, with regular interest payments.

Pretty understandable, but for greater detail and examples, click on the video and listen to Scott Halliwell from USAA explain.