Management of personal finance plays a vital role in achieving stability in one's life, especially during major transitional phases. Our junior enlisted go through rigorous training for months or years before starting their careers. Unfortunately, many compromise themselves and fall victim to predatory lenders. When they begin their independent, professional lives, they are not adequately equipped with the tools to succeed financially. As a result, more than one-third of military families struggle to pay bills. Furthermore, most junior enlisted personnel qualify for food stamps for SNAP benefits.
Another sensitive period in our hero's lives is when they transition from active duty to the unknown civilian world. The level of education that the military and first responders receive regarding personal finances is lacking, particularly for those members who separated before retirement. Achieving financial stability allows one to manage day-to-day responsibilities while planning for the future and pursuing personal dreams that could never have been possible. Our Financial Education workshops address:
Selecting a Blue Plan or higher includes our Financial Education Coaches. They will conduct a one-on-one session with you to review your income, expenses, debt, assets, and investments to ensure that you are on the best pathway to financial freedom.