Military and Reserves
Members of our nation’s Armed Forces are trained to defend our country in a moment’s notice. But like non-Service members, they have to take care of the homefront too. Understanding budgeting, saving and investing is a first step toward financial freedom. Start now so that you’re financially ready too!
U.S. military service members returning home often enter civilian life facing financial challenges they hadn't encountered while in the military. Many young men and women enter the military right out of high school and haven't had to hunt for a job or worry about wages, housing, or health care. Here are some benefits and programs offered by the government and other entities that may help returning veterans transition into civilian financial life.
Ask the Money Dr.
My wife and I will both retire next year at 64. Her Social Security is about $12,000 and mine is about $24,000. We will also be drawing about $50,000 out of our IRAs... Read Answer