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  • Veteran Upward Bound Program FAQ

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    Veterans Upward Bound is a free U.S. Department of Education program designed to help you refresh your academic skills and give you the confidence you need to successfully complete your choice of college degrees. The VUB program services include: Basic skills development to help veterans successfully complete a high school equivalency program and gain admission to college education programs. Short-term remedial or refresher cl... more

  • Money-Proof Your Marriage

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    Successfully merging your money when you marry isn't as easy as slipping rings on each other's fingers. Like marriage itself, you have to work at it. But learning to manage money as a couple can contribute mightily to your own personal tale of happily-ever-after. "Some people don't put much thought into that financial merger," says J.J. Montanaro, a certified financial planner? practitioner with USAA, "and they put no effort or communication ... more

  • How to Save Money Easily

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    Okay, it's almost never easy to save money. But if you approach it the right way there are things you can do to reduce your expenses and have more left over for the important things like getting out of debt, creating an emergency fund, switching careers, paying for college, or whatever other long-term goals you have. With that in mind, here are some tips to help you save money as easily as possible: 1. Boost your willpower Why start with th... more

  • Marine Corps Partners with Columbia University

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    Columbia University recently announced that eligible Marines planning to exit the U.S. Marine Corps will for the first time have formalized, national program to access a top-tier undergraduate education. Through the Leadership Scholar Program, a partnership developed by the U.S. Marine Corps and leading colleges and universities, qualified Marines are identified by their commanding officers and are then shepherded through the college admission... more

  • GI Bill Pays for Testing Programs

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    Most veterans are not aware that the GI Bill can be used to pay for college entrance exam preparation courses. Entrance exams, like the SAT, ACT and GRE are often required or used to gain admission to an institution of higher learning or graduate school. You can also take tests like the CLEP, AP, or DSST to get college credit for prior knowledge or experience. Who Is Eligible? Any veteran, service member, or military dependent who is elig... more

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