Military OneSource podcasts are a simple way to connect you to your best MilLife. With these short podcasts, you can navigate through topics important to military life including deployment, recreation, casualty assistance, relationship health, money management, parenting resources and more. Expand your skillset in a matter of minutes.
Online auctions can land you bargains and help you find rare items. But as with anything where money is exchanged, they can attract con artists and cheats. This first installment of our two-part series shows you how to identify common Internet auction scams.
Finding a job can be difficult given the economic times, particularly if you move often, as many military families do. In this podcast, FTC attorney Carol Kando-Pineda shows you how to recognize scams that promise to find you a job, but take your money instead.
Connections within the military community are the base of a resilient military. Find out how resources offered on installations through the Military and Family Support Centers or online through Military OneSource, can help you build bridges and connect service members and military families.
Saving money doesn't come easy to most people, but the military offers two programs to help you out. Find out more about the federal government's Thrift Savings Plan and the DoD's Savings Deposit Program to maximize your personal and retirement savings for greater financial security and peace of mind today and well into the future.
Becoming a parent is a wonderful time full of excitement and joy. But it can also be a time of worry because there is so much to remember about caring for your infant. One of the most important decisions a new parent makes is where and how he or she places a baby to sleep. This podcast contains guidelines to help ensure safe sleep and decrease the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
You work hard for your pay, so how do you make it work hard for you? In this podcast, the Director of the Department of Defense's Office of Personal Finance, Dave Julian, gives you the low-down, from why you should stash some of it away for the future, to how to keep it from slipping through your fingers.
There are 101 reasons why people don’t ask for help. Sometimes we think we can handle more than we actually can, pride gets in the way, or—other times still—there are bigger things at the root of the problem making us hesitant to ask for support. Check out this podcast for some helpful tips and resources for additional help and support.