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Family finances can often be a source of stress, especially for military families whose lives change more than the average civilian’s. SpouseLink’s Finance stories help provide information on topics ranging from avoiding debt to saving for college. Get the expert insights you need to help you become more confident in your money-related decisions. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Try searching for a keyword.
Military spouse benefits can make your challenging life a little bit easier. Check out SpouseLink for more tips on making the most of benefits available to military families!
What’s next for you career? Reclaiming an old one… starting fresh… getting some education? Blogger Claire Wood shares her insights and advice on SpouseLink.
Managing your finances as a military family takes a little ingenuity at times, especially when kids are heading back to school and you get your list of the latest school supplies they’ll need. SpouseLink Guest Blogger Claire Wood shares 4 smart tips!
There are two construction loan options that Veterans will want to know about: the Construction Advantage One Loan and the Construction Advantage 80 Loan. Learn more about each of them on SpouseLink.
Military couples and families need to be particularly careful when it comes to budgeting, saving, and planning for the future. AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust shares some tips for saving money in the military, on SpouseLink.
Operation Turbo helps support the military by sending quality care packages to deployed US servicemembers. See how you can participate on SpouseLink.
If buying a home for your military family is a goal you hope to achieve in the near future, check out SpouseLink.
If you’re planning to use a VA Home Loan to purchase or refinance your home, you’ll need to be prepared to pay a “funding fee”. AMS explains the current fee structure and exemptions on SpouseLink.
VA Home Loans are popular among Military Families, but they have their limits. AMS explains who can use them and what happens when married spouses/co-owners get divorced on SpouseLink.
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