For military members, buying life insurance isn’t the only way to guarantee their family’s financial survival. By choosing to participate in the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP), you can ensure that your family maintains a stable source of income.
Typically, the death of a military member would mean that military retirement pay ceases, which can leave families struggling to maintain. But by participating in the SBP, beneficiaries retain their financial security and may be able to avoid a hefty life insurance premium. See More
With companies scaling back their hiring efforts, capitalizing on every interview opportunity is crucial.
Just landing the interview means they’re interested in what you have to offer, and now you need to close the deal. And the best way to do that is by being professional, engaging and confident. Companies only want the very best.
Finding a job in this economy can be a challenge for just about anyone. But it can sometimes prove especially difficult for veterans and returning service members. The veteran unemployment rate is twice the general unemployment rate. Transitioning back into civilian life can present a number of hurdles for veterans, chief among them finding a job once military service comes to an end.
One of the most important initial steps is to ensure you have a strong résumé. Here are a half-dozen tips to help ensure yours isn’t lost in a pile or designated for the trash pile. See More