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Generosity goes far beyond material things. Parents can teach children to use their time, energy and talents for the greater good during the holiday season and throughout the year. Pick up more tips here on how to encourage your children to be charitable.
Avoid a financial disaster. The U.S. Congress has enacted measures to help protect service members and their families from these money traps. Find out more here.
With the current economic downturn, it is increasingly important that teenagers understand how to manage their money. Learning the basics of budgeting before moving out on their own is a necessary step toward ensuring that teens grow up to be financially responsible adults. Find out more here.
You may find that your relationship, either with your spouse or with your children, feels a strain during a time of financial stress. Find out ways to reduce your financial stress here.
Depending on your needs and abilities, your home may need specific modifications to make it accessible for daily living. Federal and state laws generally require that homes be made, or be allowed to be made, accessible for those with specific or special needs.
Planning for your own death is often a difficult subject for many people. While you may not know when you're going to die, there are some actions you need to take to put your affairs in order. This process is referred to as "estate planning."
Prior to your deployment, you will have a lot of preparations to make, both military and family-related. By providing your spouse, parent or trusted friend with a power of attorney, you can help to ensure that your affairs are taken care of while you are away.
A last will and testament - or will - is a declaration that states how your property is to be disposed of and who may provide for guardianship for your minor children after your death. While not required, a valid will is highly recommended for all service members.
From sunshine to snow, the American landscape is waiting.
Morale, Welfare and Recreation is more than just fun in the sun. Learn how MWR can make your winter one to remember.
Your adjustment to an overseas duty station may have gone smoothly. But when the holidays arrive, you may feel lonely and isolated because your close friends and extended family are far away. Plan ahead, be flexible and be open to celebrating in new ways and with new people.
Whether you use the trip to visit family or friends between point A and point B, or you plan to make a pit stop in a place you've never been, a PCS may just be the perfect time to get out and see the world.
Getting that tax refund check can tempt you to splurge on "stuff" that you later find you really didn't want or need. Follow these tips and put that money toward a carefully planned purchase, reducing your debt, or to give you a little extra financial cushion.
Searching for the “right job” as you transition to civilian life involves considering salary and location, as well as retirement benefits, job satisfaction and job longevity.
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