This Military Appreciation Month we salute the service not only of active-duty servicemembers, activated National Guard and Reserve personnel, but also uniformed medical professionals from the U.S. Public Health Service called into action to fight COVID-19.
Although active duty servicemembers continue to receive their pay, some military families face financial strain due to the coronavirus. We have resources that can help.
Here's what we’ve been doing over the past year to help military families plan for their next financial journey.
The Office of Servicemember Affairs’ annual report highlights complaints from military consumers as well as continuing trends facing the military community in the financial marketplace.
Servicemembers – take advantage of the free tax preparation options available to you and make a plan to kickstart your emergency savings.
Those in the military community have a unique financial journey. Here we debunk five financial myths we commonly see in our work with servicemembers.
Fight zombies, time travel, and become a secret agent – this is not how your parents learned about money!
New report from the Department of Defense highlights the financial well-being of servicemembers.
New research brief from the Office of Servicemember Affairs on the financial well-being of veterans.
This edition of our 50 state report provides data on US- and state-level complaints submitted by servicemembers, veterans, and military families.
When buying a house, servicemembers have the option of taking a home loan guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). In this report, we combine two datasets to explore how servicemember home loan choices have changed from 2006 to 2016.