The Military Saves financial campaign is a growing network of organizations and individuals committed to supporting military members and their loved ones build personal savings.
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'Military Saves' Secures Financial Futures

"I will help my family and my country by encouraging other Americans to Build Wealth, Not Debt."

"I will help myself by saving money, reducing debt, and building wealth over time."

These are the pledges of Military Saves, a social marketing military campaign designed to motivate military families to save money every month, and to also to convince leaders and organizations to be aggressive in promoting automatic savings. The Military Saves financial campaign is a growing network of organizations and individuals committed to supporting military members and their loved ones build personal savings to provide for their immediate and long term financial needs. Military Saves encourages people to save money regularly and habitually and discourages excessive spending on non-necessities.

Military Saves has a powerful goal: to enlist military members, civil servants, contractors, retirees, veterans, military family members, military organizations, private organizations, and companies belong to Military Saves, and turn the entire military into a saving community. Military Saves was first developed and tested by its non-profit sponsor, Consumer Federation of America (CFA) and the military services from 2003 to 2006 and launched throughout the Department of Defense (DoD) on February 25, 2007. It is part of two larger campaigns -- the DoD Financial Readiness Campaign, and the national America Saves campaign. The campaign's partners are organizations that are working together to empower members, employees, customers, and clients to become financially stable through saving, credit card debt reduction, and wealth-building over time.


Sometimes a military loan is needed. Be responsible about taking a military loan and know that every separate branch of the US military offers their own version of a military loan to all who serve in the military, even if you have bad credit. Bad credit military loans often have higher interest rates than standard military loans. And bad credit military lenders often have much stricter terms and conditions, as well as late payment fees. Shop for the best deal before committing to a military loan.

Military Saves is a long-term, on-going effort to make real financial change in the financial future of all military members. The entire military community comes together to focus on financial readiness during Military Saves Week, the last Sunday in February to the first Sunday in March.


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