Some members of the California National Guard have been asked to repay reenlistment and other bonuses years after receiving them after investigators found that they were improperly given out by military recruiting officials. Officials have acknowledged that it was not the military member's fault that he or she received the bad bonus. But, nonetheless, those troops were ordered to repay. What if the government asked for you to return that long-ago spent reenlistment bonus your family scored? For more details, see this Spousebuzz post.
Will You Have to Repay Your Military Bonus, Too?
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