Army Emergency Relief (AER) is a private, nonprofit organization that was created to help Soldiers and their Family members who experience financial emergencies. AER provides funds to help Soldiers with immediate financial needs with rent, utilities, emergency travel, etc. AER also provides emergency funds to Soldiers' orphans and Surviving Spouses
Financial Readiness Training; Financial Planning for Retirement; The Financial Training will provide users with a practical approach to financial management and tools to handle money wisely and manage more effectively. The Financial Readiness Training is geared towards First Term Soldiers, but both CBT's serve as valuable tools for all ages.
Military OneSource provides free financial counseling and financial management programs covering: Basic budgeting education Money management help Debt consolidation and debt management Assistance with housing issues Guidance on savings, investing and retirement plans.
Financial Readiness Program (FRP) Provides comprehensive educational and counseling programs in personal financial readiness. The program covers indebtedness, consumer advocacy and protection, money management, credit, financial planning, insurance and consumer issues. Other services offered are mandatory First Duty Station Training for First-Termers, First-Termers Financial Planning Course at Advanced Individual Training Schools
If your people are struggling with their personal finances, they are not focused on the mission. 56% of enlisted military personnel report difficulty with family finances. Leaders see the results of stress in lack of focus in their unit, security clearance revocation, loss of confidence from leadership, family violence, substance abuse and suicides. If you are committed to the welfare, growth and wholeness of your service members, Financial Peace Military Edition is for you.
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