Whether you’re a military veteran or part of a military family, it is essential that you are aware of important financial concerns
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When you meet with your financial planner, he or she should ask for information about your financial situation.
When you are fresh out of the military or going to school with the GI Bill or busy managing life and family as a veteran, it can be hard to think long term.
Institutional Intelligent Portfolios™ provides compelling ETF portfolios that you can choose from over 900 ETFs across a variety of funds.
Investing in ETFs can be a great investment strategy for military personnel because your ETF portfolio is passively managed and does not require a fund manager like mutual funds.
Whether you are a small business owner or you work at a small business, you can have a SEP IRA account.
In simple terms, an IRA is a tax-advantaged retirement savings account for people who have earned income.
The 401(k) plan has been a standard retirement investment tool for American citizens with over 750,000 plans available.
In addition to a regular 401(k) plan, military personnel have access to a special TSP account that acts like the 401(k) plan
Did you know that less than 1/2 of Americans have calculated how much they need to save for retirement?
While owning your own home can be incredibly satisfying, before you dive in, it is good to be prepared and make a checklist.
As a member of Active Duty, Selected Reserve and National Guard Armed Forces, you can cover costs associated with getting education.
As a veteran, you are eligible for benefits through major veteran benefit programs, PTSD support and additional training for education.
If you have had bad credit or your score has fallen, don't despair. It is not the end of the world.
You may have accumulated debt as a military veteran to pay immediate bills or to help your family
When you are financially literate, you understand how money works and know the importance of good money management
Recent studies taken by consumer reporting agencies show that the average American citizen has over $20,000 in personal debt.
If you only pay the minimum rate, you will end up carrying debt for as long as ten to twenty years