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The AFCPE Blog is designed to provide new and insightful personal finance information for financial professionals – information that can be shared with both clients and consumers and provides new insights into education and practice.


#FridayFollow – Changing Lives Through Personal Finance and Financial Education

Financial Counseling, Military

February 22, 2019

Don’t give up, you will have challenges, roadblocks, and people that don’t want to see you succeed. Stay on target and GET IT DONE! If you get off course, you’re not the only one. Don’t beat yourself up, get back on course.

FridayFollow


6 Steps to Stay on Track Financially During Times of Separation

Military, Budget, Saving, Financial Education

December 17, 2018

Times of separation are hard on a family and relationships in many ways. One of the most challenging aspects of separation is how to handle the finances – how to budget and continue to make progress toward your financial goals.


Successfully Blending Family And Career

Financial Counseling, Military

March 05, 2018

The Military Spouse Fellowship Program is an excellent way for spouses to give back to the military community while improving themselves professionally.


Zeiders Enterprises builds bridges for military communities worldwide

Financial Counseling, Military

November 13, 2017

At Zeiders Enterprises, Inc. we have a network of financial professionals that includes AFC® credentialed professionals who help Service members go places they never imagined they could or would go with their finances. Zeiders helps Service members and their families by giving them the tools, education, and counseling to cross the bridge to financial well-being.

Exhibitor Series, #BridgingtheGap


It's Time to Break out the Blender!

Military

July 11, 2017

Let's Talk Blended Retirement. There is a big change coming for the men and women serving in our armed forces, and it has the potential to significantly impact how they save and plan for retirement. This change is known as the Blended Retirement System or BRS.

Financial Education


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