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  • SCRA Interest Rate Limits

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    One of the most significant provisions under the Servicemember's Civil Relief Act (SCRA) limits the amount of interest that may be collected on debts of persons in military service to 6% per year during the period of military service. The SCRA unambiguously states that no interest above 6% can accrue for credit obligations (that were established prior to active duty or activation) while on active duty, nor can that excess interest become du... more

  • Military Legal Matters Overview

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    Members of the military are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice. There are also several free legal services available to military members, their families, and veterans. If you are in the military, you are subject to a different legal system than civilians are, the following links describe that legal system: Military law overview Physical disability board of review Military political activity restrictions Nonj... more

  • State Veteran Benefits

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    Veterans pursuing their educational goals are usually eligible for "educational assistance for students" in most states. Educational benefits for veterans and their dependents, particularly the children of deceased and disabled veterans, are also available in some states. Military.com has developed an on-line general summary of educational benefits for veterans and their dependents. Please note: This summary presents only general informatio... more

  • Free Legal Assistance for Retirees

    Military retirees can and should obtain legal assistance on most personal legal matters such as wills, powers-of-attorney, filing federal and state income taxes, and reviewing contracts. Generally, legal assistance is provided to the following groups: All members of the Armed Forces on active duty (including members of a reserve component) Reservists released from active duty, having served 30 days or more Retirees from all b... more

  • If You Suspect Hiring Bias

    This article offers general information on legal matters relating to employment. For specific information relating to your situation, please consult an attorney or appropriate government agency. It may not happen as often as it used to, but many forms of bias in hiring persist in companies of all sizes across the nation. Fortunately for American workers, a number of protections are available to them. Hiring discrimination complaints ra... more

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