Almost everyone sets new resolutions on January 1, but that’s the easy part. Your resolutions might be job related, like scoring higher on your PT test. Or maybe it’s financial, like staying within budget and paying down debt. When it comes to debt, have no fear – there are great financial offers and tools available to help pay off credit card debt and get you back on track.
Choosing to join the military is an important life decision. From there, a recruit must make even more choices when it comes to finding a career path in the military. While the decision to buy or lease a new car may not be as impactful on your life as a military career, it can affect your finances and lifestyle.
According to a recent survey by Navy Federal Credit Union, 40 percent of consumers between the ages 18 and 44 are in the market for a home. As more consumers from this group shop for a home, competition grows. So, like any important military mission, planning ahead is the key to success.
If you’re in the market for a new set of wheels, or even thinking about it, there’s great news. You’re in command.
It’s never been easier to find your ideal car with today’s tools and resources at your fingertips. There are even services to buy vehicles online and have them delivered to you. That makes your car-buying mission a whole lot easier.
The Department of Defense is introducing a new system to help servicemembers save for retirement in January 2018. Simply put, the Blended Retirement System (BRS) is a combination of the legacy retirement system (income for life) and defined contributions to the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP).
A college degree can unlock a world of job opportunities. In fact, many employers look for college-educated workers. But financing a college education and tackling student loan debt is an issue facing many Americans today, including servicemembers and their families.