The benefit of having a home business is the ability to take it with you wherever you PCS. But, just like moving the rest of your military family’s home, it takes a little organization. For instance, you’ll need to take stock of your projects and letting your customers know about the move. Get more tips on SpouseLink.
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With the average Military Family moving every 2-3 years, MilSpouses are constantly on the go… and it can be difficult to feel “at home” when you have to change where “home” is. Whether it’s a planned move or an unexpected PCS, packing up and moving on can be stressful. Here are some Military moving tips to help put you at ease.
PCSgrades’ Rebecca Alwine shares information about the company’s services and ability to help Military Families that are about to PCS, or that just made a very difficult move, thanks to an undesirable moving company. We’re happy to share the company’s advice and options for recourse — or at least getting the word out to other MilFams — […]
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If you’re not moving this year, take advantage of the extra time you have to spend as a family by planning a summer vacation with these tips from SpouseLink.
The home-buying process is stressful, but one way to help make things easier is to ensure you and your real estate agent are on the same page. Join AAFMAA Mortgage Services LLC for their free webinar on what questions to ask your agent before you buy. Get the details on SpouseLink.
Making a PCS move is a big life change. You may have strong emotions that can cloud your judgement in the moment. By preparing your finances in advance, you can have a seamless move that fits within your budget. Join AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust Relationship Manager Danielle Nuxoll for this complimentary webinar on how to prepare your finances for your next PCS.