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Online Career Fair Dos and Don’ts

Technology is one of the many, sometimes overlooked, tools at your fingertips that will enable you to advance your future as you make the transition from military service to a civilian career.

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Current National Security Challenges

The 2017 Global Forecast from the Center for Strategic and International Studies describes the four main national security challenges the Trump administration faces.

Transition and Career

3 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting a Business

By Hannah Becker They say hindsight’s twenty twenty, and my entrepreneurial journey certainly has proved this age old adage right. Reflecting over the past few years — years characterized by embracing entrepreneurship —

Finance

Combat-Related Special Compensation; Should You Apply? YES.

Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC) is one of two forms of concurrent receipt. Concurrent Receipt allows military retirees to receive both their retired pay and VA disability compensation concurrently without a reduction in your retired pay amount. The other form

Finance

8 Things Savvy Investors Understand

To some of you regular readers, I may sound like a scratched record but these points bear repeating. After conducting financial classes and presentations on benefits, there are reoccurring threads of thought regarding what people think about

Health Care

Changes are Coming to Tricare - Be Prepared

The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) made numerous changes to our Tricare health system. For those of you under Tricare Prime or Tricare for Life, you can rest easy this time. Nothing comes your way. For you Tricare Standard

Transition and Career

9 Tips on How to PCS With Your Business

Businesses relocate every day and for many reasons. Mostly to save money or accommodate growth, move closer to customers, or maybe just to enjoy a nicer location that’s more aligned with its target market. Military families typically don’t have the

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A New Year's Resolution that Gives Back

Forget throw away resolutions Pick a New Year’s Resolution that will stick with you long after the ball has dropped. Pick a resolution you can remain committed to at any time and in any place. Pick a resolution that

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