One Financial Lesson Learned from NCIS

Hey everyone! I hope you all are having a great week. I am here to tell you I have a post up at Economag.us, which you should check out! A lot of my favorite bloggers are already writing there, and I am thrilled to be able to work with them. I am a day late with posting this, but it would mean a lot to me if you headed over to show some support.

NCIS

One of my favorite shows to watch is NCIS. I started watching it last year, and am finally up to season 9! I think it’s interesting when your favorite shows shed light on financial issues, and what you can take away from it. After all, it is nice when someone else makes a financial mistake, and in this case, at least it’s fictional. If you somehow haven’t heard of NCIS before, it stands for Naval Criminal Investigative Service. As you might guess, they are usually investigating crimes involving members of the Marine Corps or Navy.

Please head on over to economag.us to read more! Thanks so much! Also, don’t forget to check out my post from yesterday and share in the comments whether you prefer to save more and spend less, or earn more and spend a little more!

Erin M.

Erin is a personal finance writer and virtual assistant who loves talking about money and how to use it as a tool to get what you want out of life. When she's not obsessing over numbers or working (which is rare), she can be found messing around in Photoshop, laughing at her cat, watching YouTube videos, playing video games, chair dancing, or any random combination of the above.

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