For military folks, financial decisions can have long-term effects on family life, security clearance, and mission readiness. In fact, the Department of Defense (DoD) has said that financial readiness is a critical part of the force’s mission readiness. It makes sense: when you know how to manage your money – and how to spot a rip-off . . . → Read More: FTC Military Consumer Toolkit
“Resources and Tips for Dealing with Debt Collection,” a webcast from CFPB Servicemember Affairs
This production provides tips and information about ways to communicate with debt collectors. Includes resources from CFPB that you can use in dealing with debt . . . → Read More: BBB: “Resources and Tips for Dealing with Debt Collection,” a webcast from CFPB Servicemember Affairs
New issue of Consumer Connection magazine
Military Matters – State Helps Vets Get Back to Work
Thousands of young men and women are leaving military service and returning to California. Read about how the Department of Consumer Affairs is helping them earn professional licenses and enter the job market in the fall 2012 issue of Consumer Connection.
Also in . . . → Read More: Consumer Connection magazine – Military Matters