Learners have the option to bookmark progress and complete the course in chunks.
Each relocation, promotion, and change in duty status brings the need to make money-related decisions. It gives servicemembers and their families the information to make sound financial decisions.
Helps answer questions like: Who will handle my finances during a deployment? What should I know when buying a car? Can I use my military training to further my career goals? How to control where your money goes Earn: How to use military experience and benefits to advance your career Borrow: How to safeguard money, financial and account information, and reputation The Toolkit The Toolkit allows personal financial managers, counselors, command, and others in the military community to share practical financial tips.
The toolkit includes one or two presentation slides for every article, each with a suggested script. Use all of them or just the slides on a particular topic. Want to know more?
Check out the Military Consumer articles. Cut and paste the tips, slides, and talking points; print and make copies; or order free copies of consumer publications from FTC.
Using Military Consumer in your programs Here are a few ideas for reaching servicemembers or their families with these tips: In meetings Use the Military Consumer presentation slides for financial readiness lessons to units, at family readiness group meetings, and other gatherings.
Access the tips on your mobile device at Military. Spreading the word Cut and paste the Military Consumer articles and blog posts to your websites. Use as-is or edit them. Share tips on social media with servicemembers, spouses, and financial counselors.
Encourage servicemembers to share the information with their peers, commanders, and subordinates. Tips for perfecting your presentations Consider your audience. Are you speaking to young, recently enlisted servicemembers? What specific information do they need Collaborate. Everyone appreciates plain language.
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