Working out the financial skills
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3 Hard Rules To Follow With Your Money In the Military
Here are three great financial tips from the Financial Readiness Program Manager for The USAA Educational Foundation.
Army Staff Sgt. Drew Neal, the non-commissioned officer in charge of the Joint Task Force Guantanamo Joint Visitors Bureau, teaches a night class attended by his fellow JTF Troopers, Aug. 19, 2008.
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We Bet You Didn’t Know About The VA’s ‘Top-Up’ Program
The VA offers tuition aid for active-duty service members pursuing a degree.
U.S. Navy Chief Builder Keith Genereux, right, a Seabee assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, receives a flag during the reading of "Old Glory" at his retirement ceremony.
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3 Ways To Be Financially Prepared When You Retire
These three approaches will set you up for success so that you can enjoy retirement while minimizing financial worries.
Military Saves Week, 'Set a Goal, Make a Plan, Save Automatically'
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3 Ways To Be Better With Your Finances Today
These three habits will help you better plan out your finances today, so you’re prepared for tomorrow.
Lt. Gen. Duane D. Thiessen (right), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, salutes his deputy commander, Brig. Gen. Ronald F. Baczkowski, during his retirement ceremony.
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There’s A Problem With The Proposed Changes To The Military’s New Retirement Plan
The newly proposed military retirement reforms do not put enough emphasis on young service members.
SDP an excellent way for service members to save money
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5 Easy Ways For Service Members To Save More Money
Here's how to spend some, save some, and eliminate debt.
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5 Army Installations With Terrible Base Housing
We polled Task & Purpose readers to determine the worst Army bases to live on in the United States.
Finance Soldiers bring cash to troops, boost morale
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The 5 Biggest Mistakes Service Members Make With Their Money
There are a number of common mistakes many service members make with their money.
ACAP, MCCS offers financial planning
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It’s Time To Make Every Week Into Military Saves Week
There are simple tricks for service members and their families to save money.
21st TSC selected to participate in DA sponsorship pilot program
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How To Survive A Winter PCS Without Unnecessary Stress
Moving this winter? Follow these steps to keep this PCS stress-free.
Cpl. Daniel McDuffie, the chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear chief with 3rd Radio Battalion, and an Eden, N.C., native, engages in an activity during the Corporals for Financial Fitness Program class in classroom G of building 220 in the Education Center, July 23, 2015.
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How Will The 2017 Budget Impact Military Personnel?
The Defense Department’s budget for 2017 was released Feb. 9, and will alter service member benefits.
Navy Lt. Cmdr. Shannon Stout, the 2nd Tank Battalion medical officer, from Sarasota, Fla., returns a salute after her promotion ceremony Sept. 4, 2013 aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Stout became the first female field grade officer in 2nd Tanks history.
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The US Military Has No Gender Pay Gap
While the military has gender inequality in some areas, pay is not one of them.
Military Saves Week, 'Set a Goal, Make a Plan, Save Automatically'
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Why Service Members Should Receive Financial Literacy Training
We teach service members how to shoot guns and roll Humvees, but not how to balance their budgets.
Time to pay up
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How Service Members Can Handle Their Financial Debt Head On
Many service members amass too much debt at some point in their career. This new book evens the playing field with debt collectors.
Photo courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons.
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11 Things You Should Never Do In A Military Town
Life in a military town may leave you broke, itchy, and filled with shame, but you just can’t stay away.