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Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy

Putting a Price on Your Time and Family Even though it might sound selfish and materialistic at first, putting a price on your time and family is a sound investment. It’s important to realize that investments aren’t always monetary in nature. You can invest in your physical health or your mental state by working out, […]

The Veteran’s Financial Literacy Checklist

Financial Stability For Military Veterans

When it comes to military veterans transitioning to civilian life, statistics aren’t so encouraging. According to a study conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), it was revealed that a whopping 58% of vets carry debt over from month to month. By comparison, civilians are at around 34%. Also, 55% of veterans feel […]