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Financial

Control debt. Build wealth. Leave a greater legacy. Next generation: repeat.

Veterans have fought and died in the name of the American Dream, but we all have to live the American Dream so that we can honor that Dream and those who served it.

Currently, the average servicemember’s debt to income ratio (DTI) is about 46.5%, however a 30% DTI or lower is ideal, particularly if you are in the market to buy a home or build wealth.

Investing can seem daunting to many, but neither Rome nor wealth was ever built in a day. Building wealth is a process and a lifestyle. Develop the process, live the lifestyle that promotes financial independence. How American is that?

Leave questions or comments below, and also explore the treasure trove of links that are designed to help veterans take advantage of smart wealth building strategies.

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