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Earn money when you spend your money
Not all credit cards offer the same benefits, so it doesn’t hurt to be picky about what card you’re applying for.
When to refinance your auto loan
An improved credit score since your original auto financing may lead to more favorable loan terms, such as a lower interest rate and lower monthly payment.
Your definitive guide to auto loans
Here's what you need to know.
Not all checking accounts are created equal. Find the one that’s right for you
Whether you’re opening your first checking account or on the hunt for a new bank with better checking perks, there are a few things worth considering.
How to become a US citizen through military service
The top resources to help you on your path.
For veterans, service never stops
Like so many veterans, Reinaldo “Ray” Guasp Jr. started serving his country at age 18 and remains committed to a life of service to this day.
How to choose a credit card to maximize your rewards
Not all cards are created equal.
Veterans suffer hearing loss at a higher rate than their peers
Nearly four times as much.
5 tips for how to successfully transition out of the military
Leaving the military can be daunting. Here are some tips to help you as you get started.
How to get started on your financial planning while you’re still in the military
Whether you're in for 4 or 20 years, it's always a good idea to put a little cash away.
How to get the most out of your veteran education benefits
Getting a degree doesn’t have to break the bank.
4 things to know before entering the civilian workforce after disability retirement
Disability isn’t an unemployment sentence
Stackable degree programs are perfect for military veterans
On average, a member of the military takes seven years to earn an associate’s degree; between training, field exercises, deployments, and … Continued
Your mental health resource guide
Knowing who to turn to for mental health treatment and support can be overwhelming for a lot of veterans.
The transition you never asked for: Finding meaning after losing your military career to disability
You can build back your life
Your complete guide to the Thrift Savings Plan
Prior proper planning
How to build your credit score while serving in the military
Check your financial health.
From civil war to citizenship: A soldier’s journey from El Salvador to US Army service
"The military has had a profound impact on my life."
Here are 3 degree paths that may be a natural fit for military members
There are many reasons why you may be considering education as the next step in your career path.
3 things you need to be doing right now if you’re junior enlisted
Making little changes to the way you spend and save your money now can mean the difference between retiring and … Continued
Ship or shop? Your overseas vehicle guide
If you’ve got orders in hand for an overseas move, you’ve most likely started thinking about the decisions involved.
Here’s what you need to know about PCS moves to Germany
Moving to a foreign country like Germany can provide some unique challenges such as finding housing, picking out cell phone … Continued
Do you have what it takes to join the Secret Service?
A career in the United States Secret Service may be just what you’re looking for.
War after the war: The long fight to bring our unsung heroes home
Only time will tell if we will make good on those promises.
Ditch your standard-issue magazines and upgrade your kit
We all know it's time.