Getting a college degree can lead to a higher salary after your military career, better military retirement pay, and higher income while you're in the military.
Every single military servicemember, active duty or veteran, needs insurance to protect home, health, and family. Having adequate life insurance is part of military preparedness.
Before you ask for the loan, many smart veterans ask if there are VA home loan limits. The answer is yes... but those limits are being increased often.
Are you looking at your military retirement pay chart wondering how much you need to invest to make your Air Force, Army, Navy or Marine retirement pay work for you? With a bit of planning, you can set yourself up for a very comfortable military retirement.
Even when you reach for your dream home, you don't want carry a financial burden that's more than you can manage, and find yourself buried under an unmanageable financial weight.
Part of saving money successfully means not spending more than you have. But sometimes, you may need to consolidate higher interest loans, or need money for emergency travel, car repairs or some other unexpected, immediate or temporary expense.
As a military family that moves often, maintaining consistency in raising your military children can be a challenge. While the demand for military child care is high and spaces are often limited, many military families don't realize the scope of child care resources available to them, both on and off their installations.
Many corporations truly appreciate the military, and they're putting their money where their products and service are, with discounts to active military and veterans on a wide array of items.
The government travel charge card is a safe convenient tool you can use to pay your travel expenses. It gives members a convenient way to manage the costs of your official military travel during training or relocation.
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