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These resources include DoD directives, instruction and guidance for money management and military family consumer protections.

DoD Instruction 1342.22, "Military Family Readiness," July 3, 2012 This Instruction establishes policy guidance, assigns responsibilities, and prescribes procedures for the implementation, oversight, accountability, staffing, and funding of Family Centers across the military. Personal financial management is listed among the baseline services to be provided at all DoD Family Centers.

DoD Directive 1344.09, "Indebtedness of Military Personnel," October 27, 1994, certified as current December 8,2008 This Directive provides policies and responsibilities governing delinquent indebtedness of military personnel and prescribes policy for processing garnishments to the pay of military members to satisfy judgment indebtedness.

DoD Instruction 1344.12, "Indebtedness Processing Procedures for Military Personnel," November 18, 1994, Aministrative Reissuance Incorporating Through Change 2, July 11, 1996 This Instruction implements policy, assigns responsibilities, and prescribes procedures for governing delinquent indebtedness of service members.

DoD 32 CFR Part 232, "Limitations on Terms of Consumer Credit Extended to Service Members and Dependents; Final Rule" The Department of Defense has amended 32 CFR by adding new regulations to implement the consumer protections provisions of Public Law 109-364, the John Warner National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007, section 670.

 

 


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