Misadventures in Money Management (MiMM)
Misadventures in Money Management (MiMM) is a cutting edge, graphic novel meets choose your own adventure virtual learning experience that trains future and current servicemembers how to navigate future financial landmines in a fun and interactive way. The program is currently available for use by all of the U.S. Armed Forces.
The program covers topics including understanding:
- the importance of building savings;
- how to avoid impulse purchases;
- how debt can affect a military career; and
- protections under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).
Fight zombies, time travel, save the world from aliens and learn how to make smart financial decisions through Misadventures in Money Management’s (MiMM) online choose your own adventure graphic novel program.
See how your senior leaders support your financial readiness with MiMM.
Military leaders, recruiters, and PFMs
MiMM is a powerful tool that was created to help military leaders, recruiters and Professional Financial Managers (PFM’s) educate, advise and train servicemembers on critical financial decisions.
In 2016, Congress amended the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) (Sec 992) to require financial literacy training for servicemembers at several professional and personal life events, or “touchpoints.”
This training is intended to prepare servicemembers and their families to respond to the financial circumstances of these life events, whether those are the financial implications of getting married, managing finances during deployment, or experiencing a permanent change of station.
Up to 8,000 servicemembers a year are being discharged due to financial problems, taking a toll on those military families, the affected units are costing the government an estimated $450 million/year to replace them.
Branch Battle Leaderboard
Want to see how your branch stacks up? Help your service reach the top on MiMM, and check the Branch Battle Leaderboard for real-time updates.
High schools and non–profit organizations
MiMM is available to future servicemembers; including your local Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) program or non-profits supporting servicemembers.
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