Money is the top source of psychological stress for adults.
Fewer than 50% of Americans say they have a savings plan with specific goals.
About 56% of divorces site financial stress as the leading cause of their marriage breakdowns.*
Let’s face it: Money plays a big role in our lives and can easily become a big burden if not managed well. Today kicks off Military Saves Week, a national campaign that encourages Military Families to do just that–save more money each month and learn how to be financially fit. Find great tips for saving more money here, as well as take a Savers’ Pledge and learn about free resources available to you. As always, you can also contact Military OneSource at 1-800-342-9647 to meet with a financial advisor to provide expert advice tailored to your unique circumstance.
Becoming financially fit can help boost your morale, reduce stress/worry and increase your financial independence. Not to mention, it will likely position you to achieve some of those life dreams you’ve always had, such as finally becoming debt-free or going on that exotic vacation you’ve always wanted. You can start with small steps, and you can start today.
Join us in saving!