Veterans and Financial Readiness
The millennial generation of veterans and their families — those between 18 and 35 years old — have proven to be outstanding warriors. But, they are struggling in basic financial readiness. They are missing basic financial readiness skills — skills like spend less than you earn, put money away each month for retirement, and for a rainy-day fund, protect yourself and your family and your belongings, and prepare basic estate-planning documents. To address this issue, USAA Bank and The American Legion have worked together to develop a dedicated webpage (www.legion.org/usaa) to provide personal finance assistance and access points to USAA's online tools.
For more personal finance tips for veterans and military families, visit the Military.com Money section.