5 Degrees That Are in Demand

It’s no secret that college graduates have an easier time finding a job than those without a degree. But with hundreds of majors to choose from, it can be difficult to select the right one. If you want to increase your chances of getting hired and scoring a decent starting salary right after your college […]

Servicemembers Group Life Insurance – An Overview of Benefits

There’s a peace of mind that comes with knowing your loved ones will be cared for.  The Veterans Administration offers a number of life insurance programs to servicemembers at lower costs. These programs are designed to provide financial assistance to servicemembers’ payable in the event of death or, in some cases, traumatic injury. Servicemembers Group […]

Tips for a Successful Transition to Civilian Work

Military transition to the civilian workforce can both be exciting and challenging new adventure. It is no easy task to align separation, maximize career potential of your military skills, and relocate to a new place. Here are ten tips for you to make military transition smooth and more successful in the corporate world: Get started now. If your […]

Is SGLI Enough?

The prime directive to keep in mind when doing your life insurance planning is this: Have enough to replace your income for the people you love. Now, that said, let’s take a look at what the maximum SGLI benefit of $400,000 can accomplish. First, how long are you planning on being dead? Usually, that’s quite […]

Veterans Get Help Through VR&E

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) is a program that assists Veterans who have service-connected disabilities obtain and maintain suitable employment. Independent living services are also available for severely disabled Veterans who are not currently able to seek employment. Additional information is available at http://www.benefits.va.gov/vocrehab/. Eligibility: A veteran must have a VA service-connected disability rated at least […]

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