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Occasionally you may find yourself living paycheck to paycheck. This kind of financial dilemma has everybody talking about “financial wellness.” But what does financial wellness really mean? Financial wellness is the peace of mind you have when you’ve balanced saving and spending—living well today and planning for tomorrow. This course will illustrate some of the challenges military and Veteran families face and important things to consider when on the path to achieving financial wellness.

This course is sponsored by Prudential. Reference the Course Materials section below for additional resources, including interactive planning tools. 

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This course will cover key financial wellness concepts such as budgeting, managing debt, preparing for retirement, TSP, and creating a financial legacy for your loved ones.

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“Budgeting, Debt Management, & Investing” are important topics that can be especially tough for military families and newly transitioning Veteran families who may find themselves moving around a lot. This course provides steps to help you budget accordingly and manage debt as you progress towards financial wellness.

This course is sponsored by Prudential. Reference the Course Materials section for additional resources, including interactive planning tools.

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Military and Veteran families face unique financial challenges, which can be stressful. We understand how that stress can impact everyday life and why it is important to manage by creating a path to financial wellness.

This course introduces PsychArmor's Financial Wellness portfolio sponsored by Prudential. Reference the Course Materials section below for additional resources, including interactive planning tools.

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S.A.V.E.

Subject Matter Expert: Megan McCarthy, Ph.D.

Our hope for this course is that you will become empowered to play a vital role in suicide prevention. This course was developed in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs and is presented by Dr. Megan McCarthy, Deputy Director, Suicide Prevention. You will develop a general understanding of the problem of suicide in the United States; understand how to identify a Veteran who may be at risk for suicide; and, finally, know what to do if you identify a Veteran at risk. Each of us has the opportunity to be that one person who makes a difference--the person who asks the question that can save a Veteran's life, or the life of anyone struggling with the thoughts of suicide. Using the simple steps of S.A.V.E., we can all make a difference.

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USERRA

Subject Matter Expert: US Department of Labor

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VA Campus Toolkit

Subject Matter Expert: Damian Bramlett, M.S.

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