By Scott Halliwell
Every year, U.S. military installations provide a dizzying array of classes, events, and projects during a period called “Military Saves Week” to help service members and their families learn how to manage their personal finances and attain long-term financial readiness.
This year, Military Saves Week kicks off on Feb. 22. It is a wonderful concept, and we are proud to be an official partner and supporter of the campaign.
But we know that true financial readiness is not created and sustained by one week of intense concentration. Rather, it requires a year-round commitment to create good habits and make smart spending and savings decisions.
Financial readiness directly impacts a military family’s strength by reducing stress and enabling service members to maintain mission readiness.
1. Take the military saves pledge.
2. Start learning.
3. Develop a plan.
4. Implement your plan.
5. Keep learning.
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