Sen$e: Personal Finance Tool for Military Service Members.
Sen$e is a free Department of Defense app, full of personal finance information for Military service members and their families. Whether you’re planning for retirement, or just thinking about joining the military, you will find helpful tips and content. This personal financial learning tool will assist you with reaching and maintaining a sense of financial well-being as you navigate through life’s major events. Providing factual, unbiased financial material, Sen$e is the only official DoD personal finance tool focused on the unique demands of military life. The tool will help you make sense of the financial decisions you and your family will face throughout and beyond your military career.
Sen$e provides a wealth of information, with interactive features to help increase your financial confidence. Take the Sen$e Challenges to test your sense of personal finance topics. Exercise your brain with fun financial games. The tool is designed to deliver military and family members what they need, when they need it. Thinking about buying a house or car? Marriage? Estate planning? Sen$e has you covered. Easily grasp personal finance topics, develop a spending plan, and navigate your Leave and Earning Statement or LES – all on your smartphone or tablet. Need more information on a topic? Sen$e provides useful links to a vast collection of in-depth resources for you.
The DoD is hoping to enhance your personal finance skills and Sen$e cracks the code to help you make sense of personal finance.
Sen$e does not collect your personally identifiable information, share your data, nor recommend/offer any private financial products for sale, and is ad-free.
If you are facing financial difficulty due to the National coronavirus and biohazard crisis, perhaps a Certified Debt Counselor can help. NFCC certified Financial Counselor network at 1 (800) 388-2227.
Help is available with:
--Debt Management Plans
--Student Loan Counseling
--Small Business Owner Financial Coaching
--Credit Report Reviews
--Credit Health Education
--Reverse Mortgage Counseling
Military Service Members Can Obtain Free Credit Monitoring
In times such as this when people should be helping and sharing.some of us are at our worst. Hackers included! Fortunately, the recent FTC Rule implemented a 2018 law. Accordingly, the nationwide credit reporting agencies; Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion are providing free electronic credit monitoring services to active duty service members and National Guard members. Credit monitoring services can alert consumers to mistakes or problems with their credit reports that might stem from the unauthorized use of their personal information to obtain credit.
Consumer Complaint Resources to use when filing a consumer complaint
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Free Investor Publications from FINRA - https://www.finra.org/
LMS Webinars – There are many workshops, financial and other topics, available for you to attend online on the Learning Management System.
To sign in or to create an account with LMS go to the following link – https://ffsp.zeiders.
Military Families Learning Network offers FREE webinars, virtual learning events, and conferences, covering a variety of topics relevant to military family service providers and Cooperative Extension educators. https://