Financial Field Manual: A Resource for Military Families

Members of the armed services can be deployed on short notice, leaving little time to address their personal or business affairs. Insurance coverage is often affected when someone moves out of state or spends an extended period of time away from home. Upon retirement and reenlistment, members of the military are often targets for securities fraud and salespeople pushing high-priced, inappropriate investments.
Protect yourself and your family by taking a few moments to read the Financial Field Manual, a special publication from the Commissioner's office in partnership with the Investor Protection Trust. The Financial Field Manual provides valuable tips for saving money, investing wisely, and accessing the wide range of financial benefits offered to servicemen and women.

Secret Millionaires Club “Grow Your Own Business Challenge” for Kids ages 7-16

Do you have an idea for a business that you want to get off the ground? We encourage aspiring business moguls to submit their original business idea(s) for a product or a service.

At the Secret Millionaires Club, we are looking for business ideas from budding young entrepreneurs 7 to 16. Enter your ideas today in the 2nd Annual "Grow Your Own Business Challenge," sponsored by the Fairholme Foundation. The grand prize is $5,000 plus a chance to meet Mr. Warren Buffett. Teachers win prizes, too!

The Secret Millionaires Club “Learn & Earn” program teaches financial literacy and entrepreneurship through activities for kids in the classroom, at home, and in other settings where students and families learn. A robust array of complementary financial literacy materials, sponsored by the Fairholme Foundation, have been developed for free distribution to schools, youth organizations, afterschool clubs, and families. Classroom-specific activities are aligned to Common Core State Standards and national financial literacy standards to ensure maximum integration with classroom curricula, and activity guides for parents, volunteers, and afterschool-club leaders allow for easy implementation by any adult facilitator.

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