October 1st, 2013 by xformed
Via na email request, I found another organization that is of help to our service members and their families.
A fact website is here. Take a look at the description of an financial services company that has been in place since Custer’s Last Stand in 1879.
This is not an endorsement, nor do I use them, nor did I get compensated. I like to share resources when I run across them with my readers.
Here’s Kara’s intro from the website:
Secure our Military Families during Reduction in Force
In my job at AAFMAA, I get calls from friends in the military seeking guidance about what to do for their families if they are affected by the drawdown—big choices about life insurance, retirement benefits, survivor services and much, much more. Many military members across our country face choices in the days ahead that could have a permanent impact on the security of their families. The costs of poor decisions could be high and they know it.
As a blogger on the issues facing our military service members, you know that poor decisions are caused by bad information. You can help protect these men and women by informing them about their rights and their options. We at AAFMAA believe that the only way to combat uncertainty is with certainty.
I’ve assembled a few potential storylines below about the questions many will be asked and how AAFMAA can help answer them. Any of these stories could be the difference between a secure financial future for your readers and one that is less so.
I hope you can help spread the word that members of the military do have rights and they do have a choice.
I know I speak for many when I say that if you served your country—if you put your life on the line for your country—then household budget issues like higher life insurance premiums should never stand in the way of family security. Have a look and feel free to borrow anything you like, or to contact me if you need any additional information.
Take a look and see if they can help you and/or your friend and their familes out.