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How Much of Your Paycheck Should You Save?

Wondering how much of your paycheck you should save? Almost every finance expert will tell you that it’s crucial to set aside a portion of your income each month. But let’s be real, for most of us, saving money can …

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Veteran Careers: Dealing with Stereotypes

Veterans face several issues when transitioning out of the military and into civilian careers. In my last post, I shared a number of structural and cultural barriers that veterans face, as told to me by branding expert Lida Citroën earlier …

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How to Network After You’ve Been Let Go

By Robin Merle

As soon as people hear that you’ve been let go, one of their first questions will be, “Are you networking?” In some ways, this is like asking if you’re getting another pet right after you tell them …

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How to Fill out the FAFSA

Are you ready to fill out your FAFSA? Take a look at this guide to learn what documents you need, …

Military & Family Financial Aid Resources Sallie Mae
My Community Cares (MCC)

What is My Community Cares?
My Community Cares (MCC) is a neighborhood-driven, community-focused initiative, designed to strengthen families and support …

U.S. Army’s Career Navigator

Career Navigator is designed to help everyone learn the benefits of a U.S. Army career.  This app allows civilians to …

STARS: Elements, Learn foundations of physical science and Chemistry

STARS: Elements is designed to help teachers and students visualize the foundations of physical science and Chemistry.  This app features …

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