How to be a savvy saver

Cooper, Sidney H.; Cheung, Lance
March 2004
Airman;Mar2004, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p16
Offers cost-saving tips for military personnel. Need to be flexible with one's goals; Key factors to consider when negotiating; Savings in the form of discounts, and coupons; Ways for military members to increase their net worth.


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